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Results 1 - 10 of 11 for Titanium Alloy Grade 5 - Ti6Al4V
  • Supplier Profile
    The Titanium Information Group (TIG), is an association of suppliers, design engineers and fabricators of titanium formed with the intention of promoting the use of titanium. The aim of the group is...
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    U.S. Titanium Industry Inc. ( hereafter called "USTi") is a professional manufacturer and powerful supplier, who can provide based products titanium & titanium alloy, zirconium,...
  • Article - 30 Jul 2002
    Ti6Al4V is an alpha-beta alloy and the most widely used of all the titanium alloys. Ti6Al4V ELI is also briefly described.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2010
    U.S. Titanium Industry has more than 20 years production experience. They are an approved ISO9001:2008 company by TUV Nord. U.S. Titanium Industry specialize in manufacturing, processing and sales of...
  • Article - 13 Aug 2002
    Titanium and titanium alloys are generally highly resistant to corrosion. Anhydrous mehanol is an exception and can lead to stress corrosion cracking. Provided are recommended water contents for the...
  • Article - 11 Jan 2003
    Titanium alloys are suited to use in both surgical tools and implants. Material properties that contribute to the suitability, alloys that are used and appplications such as bone and joint...
  • Article - 17 Aug 2004
    There are 3 main classes of titanium alloys, alpha, alpha beta and beta. The relative properties and characteristics of these groups of alloys are compared.
  • Article - 19 Nov 2002
    Ti3al2.5V, sometimes called half 6-4 is available in two grades. Grade 18 has a small palladium addition to increase corrosion resistance. These grades offer improved strength over pure grades and...
  • Article - 15 Jul 2002
    Titanium and certain titanium alloys are useful biomaterials dues to their physical, mechanical and chemical properties. Their behaviour in the human body and applications in orthopaedics and...
  • Article - 30 Nov 2005
    Titanium and cobalt alloys were subjected to a biomimetic process mimicing human blood plasma or a simulated body fluid in order to coat the surface with a bone like ceramic apatite layer.