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Industrial ASTM F136 GR5 Gr23 GR5 Ti6Al4V Smelting Titanium
Sat Sep 16, 2017 07:13

Pure titanium or titanium alloy ingots are made by melting titanium sponge, with the addition of the alloying elements in the case of titanium alloys. Since titanium reacts readily with oxygen, nitrogen and carbon, the melting process is performed in a vacuum or inert atmosphere.Methods that can be used to melt the titanium include consumable electrode vacuum arc, electron beam, and plasma arc. We use the consumable electrode vacuum arc method, the method most widely utilized on an industrial basis.

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