Titanium sheets made from pure titanium are a beautiful transition metal that have a silvery appearance. Both its resistance to corrosion and its strength to density ratio, which is the greatest seen in any metallic element, are regarded to be the two most beneficial features of the Titanium Sheet. This is because the ratio is the highest that can be seen when compared to any other metallic element. Although in its unalloyed state, AMS 4901 and AMS 4904 Titanium Sheet is just as strong as some types of steel, the metal has a lesser density in comparison to the latter. Titanium Mesh Plate is naturally paramagnetic, and the metal itself has a relatively low electrical and thermal conductivity when compared to other metals.
At ambient temperatures, a Thin Titanium Sheet reacts slowly to water and air. Titanium Alloy Plate generates a passive oxide layer or coating that shields the metal from further oxidation when exposed to both media. Because of the atmospheric passivation, Titanium Foil Sheets are extremely resistant to rust. While Titanium Alloy Sheet can survive attacks from diluted sulfuric and hydrochloric acids, chloride solutions, and the majority of organic acids, Titanium Sheet Metal can be damaged by concentrated acids; nonetheless, High strength is not a requirement in most implant cases, hence pure 3mm titanium sheet is commonly employed in these applications. For example, since.012 titanium sheet is biocompatible, it is utilised to make fibre metal, which may be used to substitute bones or tissue.
Standard Specification For Titanium Sheet :
|Grades :||Commercially Pure grades, Grade 2 and Grade 5 Commercially Pure grades, Grade 2 and Grade 5|
|Thickness :||Size 0.8 mm to 32 mm thick|
|Size :||1000 X 2000 mm lg|
|Width :||1000 x 2500|
|Length :||As per customer required|