Titanium and titanium alloys have low density and high tensile strength. In the range of -253-600 degrees Celsius, its specific strength is almost the highest in metal materials. It can form a thin and hard oxidation in a suitable oxidizing environment. Material film with excellent corrosion resistance. In addition, it is also non-magnetic and has a small linear expansion coefficient. This made titanium and alloys the first to be called important aerospace structural materials, and then it was also popularized in shipbuilding, chemical industry and other fields, and has developed rapidly. Especially in the field of chemical industry, more and more products are using titanium and titanium alloy products, such as petrochemical, fiber, pulp, fertilizer, electrochemical and desalination industries, as exchangers, reaction towers, synthesizers, Autoclave, etc. Among them, titanium plates are used as electrolytic plates, electrolytic cells in electrolysis and sewage desalination, and used as tower bodies and kettle bodies in reaction towers and reactors.
With the development of science and technology, the application fields of titanium are becoming wider and wider, such as medical, automotive, sports, etc. Through these, titanium is also truly reflected as a light metal, which has more and more excellent characteristics. It is recognized and fixed by people, and replaces other metals as soon as possible to integrate into our production and application fields, and even our bodies.