Grade 5 Titanium Alloy Screws are well known for their high strength to weight ratio, high melting point and good ductility level. Offered alloy screw is reckoned for its light weight, exceptional strength and good corrosion resistance feature. These titanium fasteners are usually used as integral parts of machines utilized in paper and pulp making, gas and oil refining fields. Due to their salt water resistance feature, these titanium alloy fasteners are considered as perfect fixing accessories in marine field.
FAQs of Titanium Alloy Screw:
Q: What is a Titanium Alloy Screw? A: A Titanium Alloy Screw is a fastener made from a combination of titanium and other metals like aluminum, vanadium, and nickel. The combination of these metals creates a strong and lightweight material that is corrosion-resistant and has a high strength-to-weight ratio.
Q: What grade is the Titanium Alloy Screw? A: The Titanium Alloy Screw is Grade 5.
Q: What is the length of the Titanium Alloy Screw? A: The length of the Titanium Alloy Screw is 3 to Gr 2 Millimeter (mm).
Q: What standards does the Titanium Alloy Screw meet? A: The Titanium Alloy Screw meets the standards of DIN, ASTM, and BS.
Q: What is the Titanium Alloy Screw used for? A: The Titanium Alloy Screw is used in a variety of industrial applications.