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Titanium Metal Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of titanium metal manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top titanium metal manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find titanium metal companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture titanium metal to your companies specifications. Then contact the titanium metal companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of tungsten metals, anodized titanium, perforated titanium panels, or customized titanium metal of every type, this is the resource for you.

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No matter what industry you are in, whether it is aerospace, metal fabrication, the military, medical, or anything else, you want the finest products. The quality of titanium metal is even more important. Titanium is often used in high performance areas, such as in the siding of military planes. We stock only the highest quality metals to ensure your products never break down due to poor construction.
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At Metalmen, we are problem solvers. We carry the solutions to many industrial problems. Our titanium metal is manufactured in the best factories around the world, and we search high and low to find the best solutions to your unique metal problems. We only source the highest quality products, so you can trust our solutions to work for you. Visit us online today!
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Aero Industries is determined to deliver superior quality titanium metal- in addition to many other services and solutions- to our global customers on time and in a manner that maximizes long-term shareholder value, while providing an environment that promotes safety, employee satisfaction, ethical conduct, continuous improvement and corporate responsibility in communities.
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Beartech Alloys is determined to deliver superior quality titanium metal- in addition to many other services and solutions- to our global customers on time and in a manner that maximizes long-term shareholder value, while providing an environment that promotes safety, employee satisfaction, ethical conduct, continuous improvement and corporate responsibility in communities.
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Titanium Metal

Titanium metal is an extremely strong, low density and highly corrosion resistant substance used in a wide variety of industrial applications for which these traits and others, such as heat resistance, are desirable. In pure form this metal is 45% lighter than steel of comparable strength and twice as strong as aluminum with only a 60% increase in weight. For this reason titanium is highly valued in several contexts.

Military, medical, aquarium, automotive, aerospace, desalinization, shipping, power generation, electronic and even jewelry industries implement titanium in manufacturing processes. Titanium is utilized in the production of such diverse items as bicycles, plastics, exhaust systems, valve springs, paint, jet engines, missiles and even spacecrafts. While some degree of titanium is present in each of these, they more commonly employ alloys. Titanium alloys are metals composed predominantly of titanium, but that also include other metals which alter its properties. The popularity of alloys over pure titanium arises from the extreme hardness of pure forms, which makes them difficult to weld and shape during production. Medical industries, however, commonly utilize pure titanium for surgical instruments, implants and prosthetics as this sterile metal does not react negatively with the human body. Some body piercings employ pure titanium for the same reason, though the cost of the material limits this use.

The cost of titanium is directly related to the difficulties inherent in its extraction. Although titanium is the ninth most abundant element, making up 0.57% of the Earth's crust, it is never found in pure form. Instead, titanium is found in ores, or mineral deposits, such as Rutile, Ilmenite and Sphene. The most common technique is the Kroll Method. This involves forming titanium tetrachloride through fractional distillation. This substance is then reduced to useable metallic titanium using magnesium. The resulting highly porous yield is referred to as a sponge. The titanium sponge may then be melted or pressed into castings which form foil, sheets, wire, granules, bars or powders that, pure or alloyed, are distributed to manufacturers. Manufacturing companies select either plating anodes, which are used in plating or electroplating processes, or sacrificial anodes, which are used to protect base structures. Hot or cold forming, flat rolling, extrusion, welding, machining, casting, wrought, forging and spinning processes can be used individually or in conjunction with other techniques to transform stock shapes into final products. While size and production processes are important considerations, titanium grades should be regarded to ensure the proper alloy or pure metal is selected for a given task.

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