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GRADE 2 TITANIUM
Grade 2 can be fully considered the most produced and used commercially pure titanium. It has high formability together with high corrosion resistance and toughness values as well as having an excellent unit yield strength. It is therefore a material that has good weldability, mechanical strength, ductility and formability. Often used in the nautical, automotive, aeronautical and chemical industry sectors.
GRADE 5 TITANIUM
Ti 6Al-4V (grade 5) is the most widely used of the alpha-beta titanium alloys. It was originally developed for the aerospace industry and widely used in aerospace structural components. Recently, its use has also extended to the oil and gas industry, where a combination of high resilience, corrosion resistance and low weight is essential. The density of Ti 6Al-4V (Grade 5) is 50% of that of nickel-based alloys and stainless steels. Therefore, considering the high strength / weight ratio, it is widely used in various applications. It is generally used in the annealed condition, at operating temperatures up to 400 ° C. However, it can be heat treated to achieve greater strength in sections less than 4 ″ thick. Used for making turbine blades, discs and rings, aircraft structural components, fasteners, sports equipment, valves and pumps.
A-286 is an aging hardened iron-based superalloy for applications that withstand -195 ° C to 538 ° C for an extended period of time. Short-term impact properties are acceptable and the alloy can be used in temperatures between 704 and 816 ° C. Resistance to oxidation is high for continuity of service up to 816 ° C, intermittently at 982 ° C. The corrosion resistance in aqueous environments of A-286 is comparable to that of 316 / 316L stainless steel. Used for making jet engine components, high temperature springs and fasteners, non-magnetic cryogenic equipment
High-strength screws of class 12.9 (alloy steel) represent the highest grade for steels with a breaking strength of over 1200 N / mm². They are used for the heaviest tasks, such as tightening motors as well as structural screws in general.
Aluminum 7075, trade name Ergal, is an alloy of aluminum and zinc. It is characterized by being the lightest aluminum alloy and, from a mechanical point of view, more resistant to impact, stress, weight and torsion and it is also the aluminum alloy less subject to “thermodilation” and therefore more suitable for outdoor use as it can withstand changes in temperature (hot and cold) better. Thanks to its high mechanical characteristics, its main use is foreseen in the production of structural parts of cars, motorcycles, bicycles, mechanical parts of the aerospace and military industry and more generally for the production of fittings for aircraft, gears and shafts, parts of fuses, measuring shafts and gears, parts of missiles, parts of regulating valves, gears and screws.