The most widespread alloy titanium. Suitable for heat treatment. Usable up to 400 ° C. Suitable for foundry. Fairly good weldability. Forging ability (Roughing + finishing at 980/970 ° C).
Capacitors, Heat exchangers, Water treatment, Shielding, Nuclear reactors, Geothermal,Stainless Steel Valves, Springs, Connectors, Cryogenics, Manufacture of paper, Watches and jewelry, Architecture
Titane Grade 23
TA6V Eli, Grade 23
Norms AMS 4907, AMS 4930, AMS 4956, ASTM B-337, ASTM F 136-92, ISO 5832
Production technique Drawn, Rolled
The ELA (Extra Low Intersticials) grade of TA6V was developed to improve toughness and ductility at very low temperatures. Biocompatible. Recommended in seawater under stress. Fairly good weldability. Forging ability.
Engine and structural parts with strong toughness. Surgical Implants.
Production technique Sintered
690 – 1130
620 – 1000
Compared to molybdenum, TZM has a higher recrystallization temperature and higher heat resistance. It is therefore a material which is perfectly suitable for producing tools which must have a particularly high heat resistance. The use of TZM is preferable to molybdenum for the assembled parts because it is better suited for welding.
Under pressure moulding, Vacuum furnaces, Boats for firing and sintering techniques at temperatures above 1500 ° C