Titanium screws are very resistant to corrosion, but they still corrode quickly in some special environments. How can we avoid the adverse factors caused by the corrosion of titanium screws? The first thing to understand is how the titanium screws are corroded.
The concept of corrosion rate of titanium screws is basically only applicable to general corrosion or general corrosion, so how to distinguish these two situations?
For purified metal titanium, corrosion damage, especially equipment damage, cannot usually be characterized and judged by corrosion rate, corrosion weight loss per unit area or corrosion depth per unit area. Because the corrosion of titanium basically occurs in the form of local corrosion damage, although it is not unique to titanium, it can at least make titanium particularly prominent. Therefore, on the basis of understanding the overall corrosion of titanium wire, discuss the locality of titanium Corrosion is an indispensable and indispensable component, and it can be said that it is of special importance for the selection of titanium.
Titanium screws’ local corrosion forms are particularly prominent in five categories: combustion and ignition, hydrogen absorption and hydrogen embrittlement, pitting corrosion, crevice corrosion and welding corrosion. Among them, combustion and ignition and hydrogen absorption and hydrogen embrittlement are particularly serious forms of corrosion damage. If you encounter these in titanium screw processing and production, you must pay attention to it, remember to check the corrosion of titanium wire in time, so that you can better grasp