By the 1930s, Dr. Wilhelm Kroll began using magnesium to process pure metallic titanium.
The Kroll process allowed for the widespread commercial creation of titanium and, by the 1940s, titanium became the material of choice for the Department of Defense.
To this day, titanium remains one of few metals capable of meeting the high standards required by modern aerospace applications.
Because of this, the aerospace industry is among the largest purchasers of raw titanium and titanium products — purchasing nearly 11% of all titanium alloy.
Benefits of Titanium
Titanium’s most important benefit is its low weight or, more specifically, its excellent weight-to-strength ratio. A material’s weight-to-strength is determined by dividing its strength (as measured by force per area at failure) by its density.
1. How many countries have you exported to?
We have exported our products to over 30 countries, mainly in Asia, Europe and South America.
2. Do you provide free samples?
Yes, through the international express, like UPS, AHL, TNT.
3.Do you have mill test certificate?
Yes, we have, we can guarantee the quality of our product.
4.Can we visit your company?
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5.How can you guarantee the quality?
If the deficiency of the product is our fault, we will take responsibilities to change0 it and take on the shipping fees.
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