ASTM B862 PDF

Savoy Piping Inc. The development of many different alloys has extended the application of titanium in industries ranging from industrial and chemical processing to power generation. The grade indicates the testing methods required for a given application. A common titanium mill product is titanium tubes, which are employed in a variety of products owing to its superior corrosion resistance and strength-to-weight ratio. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has approved most titanium grades, meaning that more options are available for various projects.

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Savoy Piping Inc. The development of many different alloys has extended the application of titanium in industries ranging from industrial and chemical processing to power generation. The grade indicates the testing methods required for a given application. A common titanium mill product is titanium tubes, which are employed in a variety of products owing to its superior corrosion resistance and strength-to-weight ratio. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has approved most titanium grades, meaning that more options are available for various projects.

Although grades such as 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11 and others are usable, grade 2 is suitable for most instances. The ready availability of grade 2 makes it a preferable material for quick production runs and larger orders.

Determining how a grade will exactly be used is essential prior to selecting any grade. Grades 7, 12, 16, or 26 can be used to fabricate titanium pipes for use in areas demanding greater corrosion resistance. Grades 3 and 12 may be a preferable material for pipes requiring more strength.

Alloys may be supplied in the following conditions: Grades 5, 23, 24, 25, 29, 35, or 36 — annealed or aged; Grades 9, 18, 28, or 38 — cold-worked and stress-relieved or annealed; Grades 9, 18, 23, 28, or 29 — transformed-beta condition; and Grades 19, 20, or 21 — solution-treated or solution-treated and aged.

The grades shall conform to the required chemical composition for nitrogen, carbon, hydrogen, iron, oxygen, aluminum, vanadium, tin, ruthenium, palladium, chromium, nickel, niobium, zirconium, silicon, and titanium. Chemical analysis and product analysis shall be performed.

Mechanical requirements shall conform to the required room temperature values for tensile strength, yield strength, and elongation. The following shall also be performed: tension, flattening, bend, and hydrostatic tests.

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Savoy Piping Inc. The development of many different alloys has extended the application of titanium in industries ranging from industrial and chemical processing to power generation. The grade indicates the testing methods required for a given application. A common titanium mill product is titanium tubes, which are employed in a variety of products owing to its superior corrosion resistance and strength-to-weight ratio. The American Society of Mechanical Engineers has approved most titanium grades, meaning that more options are available for various projects. Although grades such as 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11 and others are usable, grade 2 is suitable for most instances.

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