Titanium, in its oxide form, is the predominant form in which it is utilised. It is a metal with a low weight that may minimise the amount of fuel consumption, energy loss, and low performance in a variety of systems and equipment. Titanium trash and scrap made of titanium alloys offer traits and qualities that are helpful. In order to satisfy the ever-increasing demand for titanium, this discarded material may be recycled. Titanium scrap is known for its resistance to corrosion as well as its hardness. This material is lightweight and has a high melting temperature. It is impossible to replace this high-temperature metal debris.
There are several categories and grades of titanium scrap that may be recycled into pure titanium, such as mixed titanium solids, titanium turnings, titanium sponge / residues, and so on.The aircraft sector is the most important provider of titanium scrap. Titanium may be found in things like aircraft engines and structural components, as well as in spacecraft and satellites. This metal has use in a variety of industries, including the aircraft sector and the medical business. The by-product of titanium production is called Ti chip, and it is possible to recycle it through the process of hydrogenation. Hydrogenation is a process that can be accomplished by subjecting the material to H2 gas at a higher pressure and / or temperature for a number of hours, or by slowly cooling the material in order to keep the hydrogen content at its highest possible level.