High Purity Titanium Ti Powder CAS 16962-40-6, 99% |

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Titanium Powder: This product is a silver-gray, irregular powder that has a high suction capacity. It can be flammable when heated or exposed to an electric spark. Purity>99.9%
Particle size: 60nm

Titanium Ti Powder
The metal powder can be used in a number of ways. Titanium Powder is an irregular, silver-gray powder that has high temperatures, sparks, and a suction capability. Powder metallurgy for titanium allows the manufacture of clean, or near-clean, shaped parts. This eliminates the need to machine complex parts using forged billets and associated material losses. Powders can be pre-alloyed or elementally blended, then cured via metal injection moulding, hot isostatic forming, direct powder forming, or laser engineering meshing.
The titanium elementis one of the strongest metallic elements. It is an extremely strong metal that has a relatively low mass. It also has a good degree of ductility, especially in the absence oxygen. The titanium surface has a metallic luster that is silvery white. Titanium has a high melting point, over 1,649 degrees Celsius. It is therefore a good refractory. It is paramagnetic with low thermal and electrical conductivity.
Titanium is a two-allotrope metal that transforms at 882°C from its hexagonal, most densely arranged a to the body centered b. Type a has a specific heat that increases rapidly with temperature until the critical temperature. It then decreases at the critical temperatures. The type b’s temperature-dependent specific heat is constant. The o state of titanium is also thermodynamically unstable at high pressure, but can also be isostatically at atmospheric pressure. This state, which is hexagonal (ideal), triangular (twisted), or a combination of both can be observed by soft P-waves acoustic photosns causing a plane collapse in a b type (111) element.

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Titanium has an impressive hardness. It is not, however, as strong as steels that have been heat-treated to a higher grade. Titanium has a low conductivity of heat and electrical energy and is non-magnetic. Without sharp tools and the right cooling technique, titanium can soften, leaving an indentation. Titanium Structure also has a fatigue limitation, which is why it can be durable in certain applications. Titanium alloy has a lower stiffness than other materials, such as carbon fiber and aluminum alloy. It is therefore rarely used in structures that need high stiffness.

Titanium Ti powder CAS: 16962-40-6:

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Bulk Density

Titanium Nanoparticle



15 m2/g



0.54 g/cm3

How are titanium metal powder manufactured?
The Kroll process is used to manufacture titanium. This is where titanium is produced by combining magnesium with chlorinated titanium oxide ore (TiCl4). These processes take place at temperatures as high as 1040degC. These particles are irregularly-shaped, porous and spongy. They are mixed with an additive and cold-pressed to 415 MPa. Hot isostatic forming (HIP), a method of increasing the density of parts, can be used to reduce the cost.

Titanium titanium powder
Titanium powder is used in the pyrotechnic industry to create bright-burning particles.
Titanium is used as a powder in air purifiers and window films. It is highly reactive when exposed to UV (solar) light or moisture.
Titanium, which is resistant to corrosion by seawater, is used for propeller shafts as well as rigging in desalination plant heat exchangers.
Titanium Ti is used to make cold water heaters and saltwater aquariums. It’s also found in diving knives, fishing line and fishing reels. Titanium can be used to manufacture housing and other components, including those for Marine surveillance deployments. It is also used in scientific and military monitoring devices.
Titanium powder can be used to create ingot which is used for the production of slabs, billets, bars and other titanium mill product.

Storage conditions of Titanium powder:

Its dispersion and use will be affected by a damp reunion. Therefore, the product should be sealed and stored in cool, dry rooms, without exposure to air. Titanium Nanoparticles are also not to be used under pressure.

Ti-Nanoparticles Warning:

1. Ti nanoparticles can ignite. It should only be placed gently and without violent vibration or friction.

2. Titanium Nanoparticles need to be protected from heat, moisture, sunlight and impact.

3.The user should be a professional. (This person needs to know how the Titanium Ti Nanoparticle is used.)

Shipping & Packing of Titanium Ti powder
The packaging is dependent on the quantity of Titanium Ti.
Titanium Ti powder packaging: Vacuum packed, 100g/bag, 500g/bag or 1kg/bag. 25kg/barrel or your request.
Shipping titanium Ti powder: can be done by air, sea or express.

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Titanium Particle Properties

Alternative Names titanium nanopowder, titanium nano-particles,
titanium nano-powder, nanotitanium, nano-titanium
CAS Number 7440-32-6
Compound Formula It is a good idea to use a different language.
Molecular Mass 47.86
Appearance Black Powder
Melting Point 1660
Boiling Point 3287
Poisson’s Ratio 0.32
Solubility In H2O N/A
Thermal Expander (25 degC) 8.6 um*m-1*K-1

Titanium Powder Health & Safety Information

Sign Word Danger
Hazard Statements H250
Hazard Codes P210-P231-P280-P302 + P334-P370 + P378-P422
Risk Codes N/A
Safety Declarations N/A
Transport Information UN1383 – class 4.2 PG
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