Ferrotitanium and Titanium Metal
Titanium is used in steel applications for airframes and aircraft components, deep drilling, hand tools, tool and machinery coatings, heat-exchanging equipment for power engineering and various components across the chemical and oil industries. Get current Ferrotitanium prices now when you subscribe the the Metalshub price index. The Metalshub price index uses methodology validated by leading industry experts, helping customers make data-driven trading decision.
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Application of relevant Titanium types
Ferrotitanium is an alloying agent with a titanium content of between 65 wt% and 80 wt%. It is available as fines (0.5-5mm) and in lumpy form (5-50mm) and is mostly used in steel production due to its deoxidising effect.
Titanium sponge (Ti sponge):
Titanium sponge is an intermediate product of the titanium metal extraction with a high purity of 97 wt% - 100 wt% titanium. It is mostly used as the base for titanium alloys, billets, ingots.
Titanium metal /Scrap:
Titanium metals and scrap are available in various grades and numerous forms, such as rods, bars, tubes, sheets, plates, discs, squares, and wires.
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