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  • Product No.:2023828122711
  • Material Grade:Titanium or titanium alloy
  • Size:NPS: 1/2
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We are a titanium pipe fittings suplier in China, we produce titanium pipe fittings in various grades and spefications.

Our titanium pipe fittings raw material is strictly selected from top supplier in China and we do process and finished inspections such as positive material identification, ultrasonic test and radiographic test.

Our pipe fittings size with 1/2"-4" are seamless, 6"-8" supplied with single seam, 10" and above are supplied with double seams.

and we perform radiographic test for all welding seams and present RT report.

Our titanium pipe fittings are manufactured with ASTM B363, EN 10253, DIN 2605, EN 1092 etc.

Our titanium pipe fittings are widely applied in petrochemical, chemical, oil & gas, pulp & paper-making plant, off-shore project, marine engineering, pressure vessel etc

ASTM B363 butt-welding Titanium Pipe Fittings

Type: Titanium Elbow 45 Degrees, Titanium Elbow 90 Degrees, Titanium Elbow 180 Degrees. straight tees, reducing tees, reducers, lap-joint stub ends

Size: NPS: 1/2~48 inches
WT: SCH5S~SCH160
Standard: ANSI B16.9, ASTM B363
Material: Titanium Gr1 (3.7025), Gr2 (3.7035), Gr7 (3.7235), Gr12 (3.7105), Nickel UNS N02200 (2.4066), Zirconium 702, 704
Test: PT, RT, PMI
Certificate: EN 10204-3.1
Applications: petrochemical, chemical, vessels, machinery etc
MOQ: 1 piece
Price: Perform the latest price
Package: Plywood case
Delivery Term: 10 to 20 days
Port: Shanghai/tianjin.

ASTM Grade

Alloy

DIN

UNS

Grade 1

Commercially pure

3.7025

R50250

Grade 2

Commercially pure

3.7035

R50400

Grade 3

Commercially pure

3.7055

R50550

Grade 4

Commercially pure

3.7065

R50700

Grade 5

Ti-6Al-4V

3.7164/5

R56400

Grade 7

Ti-0.15Pd

3.7235

R52400

Grade 9

Ti-3Al-2.5V

3.7195

R56320

Grade 12

Ti-0.3Mo-0.8Ni

3.7105

R53400

Grade 23

Ti-6Al-4V ELI

 

R56407

 Titanium alloy grade and designations are as following:

1.1.1 Grade 1--UNS R50250. Unalloyed titanium, 

1.1.2 Grade 2--UNS R50400, unalloyed titanium;

1.1.2.1 Grade 2H--UNS R50400 unalloyed titanium grade 2 with minimum UTS pressure of 58ksi (408MPa). Lastly 

1.1.3 Grade 3--UNS R50550 also unalloyed titanium grade 3,

1.1.4 Grade 5--UNS R56400. Titanium alloy (6 percent aluminum and 4 percent vanadium).

1.1.5.1 Grade 7H--UNS R52400. Unalloyed titanium with 0.12 to 0.25 percent palladium content and minimum UTS pressure requirements of 58ksi (400 MPa).

1.1.6 Grade 9--UNS R56320 Titanium alloy (35% aluminum, 25% vanadium). 

1.1.7 Grade 11--UNS R52250 Unalloyed titanium with 0.12% to 0.25 Palladium added, 

1.1.8 Grade 12--UNS R53400 A titanium alloy consisting of 33% molybdenum and 8% nickel content.

1.1.9 Grade 13--UNS R53413. Titanium alloy with 0.5 percent nickel and 0.05 percent ruthenium),

1.1.10 Grade 14--UNS R53414, titanium alloy containing this composition has an approximate melting temperature of 800 Cdeg; when refined it produces Grade 15 alloy that contains only 0.5 percent nickel and 0.05 percent ruthenium content.

1.1.12.1 Grade 16H--UNS R52402 Unalloyed titanium with 0.04 to 0.08 percent palladium (Grade 16 with minimum UTS pressure of 58ksi (400 MPa).

1.1.13 Grade 17--UNS R52252: Unalloyed titanium alloyed with 0.04 to 0.08 percent palladium

Titanium alloy grades 18 and 19 can be distinguished as follows. Grade 18 contains 3 percent aluminum, 2.5 percent vanadium and 0.04 to 0.08 percent palladium while grade 19 has three percent aluminum, eight percent vanadium, six percent chromium, four percent zirconium and four percent molybdenum in its formula.

Titanium alloy grades 20 and 21 can be distinguished. Grade 20 contains 3 percent aluminum, 8 percent vanadium, 6 percent chromium, 4 percent zirconium and 4 percent molybdenum plus 0.04 to 0.08 percent palladium while Grade 21 contains 15 percent molybdenum, 3 percent aluminum, 2.7 percent niobium and 0.25 percent silicon respectively.

Titanium alloy with 6 percent aluminum, 4 percent vanadium and an extra low interstitial (ELI) rate; also called Grade 23--UNS R56407. There are also grades 24-25 which contain 0.04 to 0.8% palladium as an additive and are designated 24 or 25 in terms of UNS R56405.

Titanium alloy (6% aluminum and 4% vanadium) with up to 0.8 percent nickel and 0.04 to 0.08 percent palladium added, UNS R56403. Titanium unalloyed plus 0.08 to 0.14 percent ruthenium content is listed under UNS R52404 as Grade 26 titanium.

1.1.21.1 Grade 26H--UNS R52404. Unalloyed titanium plus 0.08 to 0.14 percent ruthenium (Grade 26 has minimum UTS pressure requirements of 58ksi (400MPa). 1.1.22 Grade 27--UNS R52254. Unalloyed titanium alloyed with 0.08 to 0.14 percent ruthenium, Grade 27 requirements include minimum UTS of 58 ksi.

Titanium alloy 1.1.23 Grade 28--UNS R56323 (3 percent aluminum, 2.5 percent vanadium and 0.08 to 0.14 percent ruthenium); 1.1.24 Grade 29--UNS R56404: 6 percent aluminum, 4 percent vanadium extra low interstitial plus 0.08 to 0.14 percent ruthenium).

Titanium alloy (0.4 percent nickel, 0.015 percent palladium, 0.025 percent ruthenium and 0.15 percent chromium), with grades 33 or 34 as per UNS R53442 specifications is produced for these applications.

Titanium alloys include: Grade 35 of UNS R56340: (4.5 % aluminum, 2 % molybdenum, 1.6 % vanadium, 0.5 % iron and 0.3 % silicon);

Grade 36--UNS R58450 (Titanium alloy containing 45 % niobium); and Grade 37--UNS R52815 (1.5% aluminum and 1.5 % vanadium) and Grade 39 which contains 1.5 percent aluminum in an alloy mixture;; whilst Grade 37 contains (1.5 percent aluminum), while Grade 39 (1.5 percent vanadium and 1.29 Grade 37--UNS R58450), plus

Titanium alloy (4.1.30 Grade 38--UNS R54250). 4 percent aluminum, 2.5 percent vanadium and 1.5 percent iron make up the alloy.

Frequently asked questions for titanium pipe fittings from clients.

  1. Q: What are the advantages of using titanium pipe fittings over other materials? A: Titanium pipe fittings offer exceptional corrosion resistance, even in harsh environments. They have a high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent thermal stability, and are biocompatible, making them suitable for various industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, aerospace, and medical.

  2. Q: What is the temperature and pressure rating for titanium pipe fittings? A: Titanium pipe fittings typically have a temperature rating of up to 600°C (1,112°F) and can handle high-pressure applications, often ranging from 1500 to 3000 psi, depending on the specific fitting and its dimensions.

  3. Q: Are titanium pipe fittings suitable for corrosive environments or high-salinity applications? A: Yes, titanium pipe fittings are highly resistant to corrosion, making them ideal for corrosive environments and applications involving high salinity, such as seawater desalination plants, offshore oil rigs, and chemical processing facilities.

  4. Q: Can titanium pipe fittings be easily welded or connected to other types of piping systems? A: Yes, titanium pipe fittings can be welded using various techniques, including TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding or electron beam welding. They can also be connected to other piping systems using standard methods like flanges, threaded connections, or compression fittings, depending on the specific requirements of the application.


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