Titanium grade 2 pipe fittings

Titanium Grade 2 Pipe Fittings

What does Titanium Grade 2 pipe fittings mean?

Grade 2 titanium means that it is commercially pure alpha titanium. Different fittings such as the Ti. Alloy Grade 2 Welded Fittings and the seamless fittings are made out of this grade of titanium to withstand the high temperatures and pressures of a piping system. This grade of titanium is used in high-end applications where the corrosion needs to be minimal and strength has to be higher.

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Is ASTM B363 WPT2 Buttweld Elbow quenching a heat treatment process?

Yes, elbow quenching is a heat treatment process. Grade 2 Titanium Elbow is heated above the critical temperature for a specific period of time and then allowed to be cooled under a quenching agent very quickly. This process makes the different titanium grade 2 pipe fittings such as the ASTM B363 WPT2 Reducer to be stronger than normal. They become resistant to high temperatures. The tensile strength of the different fittings improves through this process. The ASME B363 Ti Gr 2 Stub End and other fittings can be quenched through this heat treatment process.

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thickness requirement of Grade 2 titanium tee

The fittings have to abide by different sets of requirements. The thickness is mentioned in the schedules. The thickness requirement for grade 2 titanium tees and other fittings ranges from schedule 5s through schedule XXS. The size ranges from ½ to 10 inches for seamless butt weld fittings and from ½ to 48 inches for welded butt weld fittings. The thickness and size requirements are governed by ASME B 16.9, ASME B16.25, and ASME B16.28 standards.

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heat treatment of titanium grade 2 fittings

The cold formability of a metallic product depends on the ductility of the metal. The fittings have to have a certain thickness to undergo different heat treatment processes. Hot working, machining, and welding processes can be applied to heat-treated products. The heat treatment is done mainly by annealing. Annealing is a process where the grade 2 titanium products are heated to 1200 to 1400 degrees Fahrenheit for up to 2 hours. The products are then allowed to cool slowly or force-cooled through airflow.

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Why WNR 3.7035 seamless end cap is so strong?

The different grading and standardization of the products such as the UNS R50400 End Cap can mean a difference in the strength of the product. The yield strength of this material grade is between 350 and 450 MPa. The tensile strength of the Ti Gr 2 Seamless Fittings can range up to 485MPa. This is the reason why these fittings are so strong and can be applied in high vibration and high tensile applications such as military, aircraft, and other industries.

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Is Grade 2 titanium reducer heat resistant?

WNR 3.7035 Reducing Tee and other reducer fittings can be used in high-temperature applications because of their heat resistance. The service temperature of this grade of materials ranges from -210° C to 400° C. But this depends on the material that flows within the pipes. Since the material is strong and can be heat treated to withstand high temperatures, it has the capacity to resist heat up to the designated temperature limits.

Non-Destructive Testing Of Titanium Alloy Grade 2 Stub End

Titanium alloy like any other alloy material is tested with different methods to ensure the quality and desired characteristics. There are destructive and non-destructive methods of testing. The destructive methods involve physical impact on the pipes, whereas the non-destructive methods do not destroy the material

These non-destructive methods include ultrasonic, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, positive material identification, and radiography testing. The radiography testing is done only for the weld fittings.