Titanium Sheet

Titanium Sheet

Ashapura Steel’s Titanium sheet offers exceptional performance and versatility for various applications. Crafted from high-quality titanium, it combines excellent strength, low density, and exceptional corrosion resistance.

The sheet’s smooth surface and precise dimensions make it ideal for fabrication projects, aerospace components, and critical applications in corrosive environments. Whether you need it for aerospace, medical, or industrial applications, our Titanium sheet ensures reliability, lightweight design, and longevity.

Titanium Sheets Surface Finish Types

Mill Finish

The most basic surface finish for titanium sheets is mill finish. This type of finish has a rough texture and is created by leaving the metal unpolished after it has been rolled out at the mill. Mill finish is often used when appearance is not a concern, such as in industrial or structural applications. However, it should be noted that mill finish can be more susceptible to corrosion than other types of finishes.

Brushed Finish

Brushed finish provides a more uniform texture and hides scratches better than mill finish. This type of finish is created by brushing the metal with an abrasive material until it has a consistent pattern. Brushed finish is commonly used in architectural applications where appearance is important, but not necessarily decorative. It can also be used in medical devices due to its ability to hide scratches and provide a smooth surface.

Polished Finish

Polished finish has a mirror-like appearance and is commonly used for decorative purposes. This type of finish requires extensive polishing using abrasive materials until the metal reflects like a mirror. Polished finish provides excellent corrosion resistance due to its smooth surface, but it can be more expensive than other types of finishes due to the labor-intensive process required to achieve it.

Sandblasted Finish

Sandblasted finish involves blasting the metal with sand or other abrasive materials at high pressure until it has a textured surface. Sandblasted finish provides excellent adhesion for coatings or paint due to its rough texture, making it ideal for industrial applications where durability and corrosion resistance are important.

Cold Rolling Titanium Sheets Vs Hot Rolling Titanium Sheets

Cold Rolling Titanium Sheets

Cold rolling is a process that involves reducing the thickness of steel sheets by passing them through rollers at room temperature. This process improves the strength and durability of the material, making it ideal for use in harsh environments where corrosion is a concern. North Steel Co. provides a wide range of cold-rolled alloy sheets with excellent corrosion resistance properties for use in wall panels and other applications.

Cold rolling offers several benefits over other methods of metalworking. One major advantage is that it does not involve melting the metal, which can lead to changes in its chemical composition and physical properties. Instead, cold rolling works by compressing the metal between two rollers, which gradually reduces its thickness while also improving its strength and durability.

Another benefit of cold rolling is that it can be used to produce sheets with very precise dimensions and tolerances. This makes it ideal for applications where accuracy is critical, such as in aerospace or medical equipment manufacturing.

Hot Rolling Titanium Sheets

Hot rolling is a metalworking process that involves heating an alloy sheet and passing it through a pair of rollers to reduce its thickness. This process can be produced sheets with improved strength and durability, making them ideal for use in various industries such as construction, automotive, and aerospace. In this article, we will discuss the different aspects of hot rolling alloy sheets.

Alloys are mixtures of two or more metals that possess unique properties. Hot rolling is commonly used to produce alloy sheets due to its ability to improve their strength and durability. Stainless steel is a popular alloy used in hot rolling because of its resistance to corrosion and high temperature. The hot rolling process can also improve the surface finish of alloy sheets, making them smoother and more uniform in texture.

The thickness of the hot rolled alloy plate can vary from thin sheets to thick slabs depending on the requirements of the industry. The thickness reduction during hot rolling depends on several factors such as initial thickness, final thickness required, roll diameter, friction coefficient between rolls and plate surface, among others. Typically, thicker sheets require multiple passes through the rollers for proper reduction.

Titanium Sheets Specification

SpecificationsASTM A387 / ASME SA387
Thickness1mm-300mm
Width1000mm, 1219mm, 1500mm, 1800mm, 2000mm, 2500mm, 3000mm, 3500mm, 4050mm etc
Length2000mm, 2440mm, 3000mm, 5800mm, 6000mm, 12000mm, 15000mm etc
Surface2B, 2D, BA, NO.1, NO.4, NO.8, 8K, mirror, checkered, embossed, hair line, sand blast, Brush, etching Manufacturer and Supplier
FinishHot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR)
GradesCMnPSSICrMo
ASTM A387 Grade 50.15 max0.3 – 0.60.0350.030.5 max4.00 – 6.000.45 – 0.65
ASTM A387 Grade90.15 max0.30 – 0.60.030.031.0 max8.0 – 10.00.9 – 1.1
ASTM A387 Grade 110.05 – 0.170.4 – 0.650.0350.0350.5 – 0.801.0 – 1.50.45 – 0.65
ASTM A387 Grade 120.05 – 0.170.4 – 0.650.0350.0350.15 – 0.40.8 – 1.150.45 – 0.6
ASTM A387 Grade 220.05 – 0.150.3 – 0.60.0350.0350.5 max2.0 – 2.50.9 – 1.1

Titanium Sheets Sizes

Plate Surface finishGauge (in)Width (max in)
2B – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled, skin passed Plate10–2472*
2D – Cold rolled, heat treated, pickled plate12–2460
BA Mexinox only18–2848
Polished plate (not brushed)11–2460
Temper rolled plate Mexinox only13–2948

Industrial Application of Super Duplex Stainless Steel Sheets

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Precision Components

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FAQ

1)What is the main source of titanium?

The primary source of titanium is the mineral ilmenite, which contains titanium dioxide (TiO2). Ilmenite is commonly found in beach sands, as well as in some igneous rocks and sediments. It serves as the primary raw material for the production of titanium metal and its various alloys.

2)Is titanium mined in India?

Yes, titanium is mined in India. India has significant titanium reserves and is one of the countries actively engaged in titanium mining and production.Titanium extracted from these mines is utilized in various industrial applications, including aerospace, chemical processing, and the production of titanium alloys, owing to its excellent strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance.

3)Is titanium in high demand?

Yes, titanium is in high demand due to its exceptional properties, including its strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility. It is extensively used in industries such as aerospace, medical implants, defense, and chemical processing, all of which contribute to its continued high demand.

4)Which industry uses the most titanium?

the aerospace and defense industry in Maharashtra was one of the prominent sectors using titanium. Titanium’s exceptional strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance make it highly valuable for manufacturing aircraft components, particularly in engines and structural parts. However, the usage of titanium can vary, and other industries in Maharashtra may also employ it for specialized applications

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