Titanium alloy valves are known for their high strength to weight ratio. Titanium alloy is a low-density strong metal with good ductility. Titanium valves are available in a variety of material grades from the most commonly used Grade 2 to alloyed titanium Gr. 5 ,Gr. 7 and Gr. 12. Titanium alloys are aliased R50400, R50550, and R56400 in UNS. The DIN standards are named 3.703, 3.7035, 3.7164, and 3.7165, while the ASTM designation is A182 316Ti. The titanium globe valves are made up of titanium casing with the disc being made of different grades of titanium or other alloy materials. The applications of the titanium valves can be seen in high corrosive, high temperature, high vibration environments such as the titanium exhaust valves in jet engines and in aircraft parts.
In order to regulate or controls the flow of fluids, the provided valve is used in various fields like petroleum, marine, aerospace, chemical, food, and beverage, etc. By a crew of experienced professionals, it is manufactured with the use of sophisticated tools and techniques at our premises.
Ensures unidirectional isolation
Smooth opening and closing
Titanium alloy globe valves are ideal for cut-off or regulation and throttling use. The main use of titanium metal materials in a strong corrosive environment, the oxidation film has good stability and self-passivation ability, this feature to resist a variety of harsh working conditions strong corrosion.
Body, bonnet: TA1, TA2, TA10, Gr2, Gr3, Gr5, Gr7, Gr12
Disc: TA1, TA2, TA10, Gr2, Gr3, Gr5, Gr7, Gr12
Stem: TA1, TA2, TA10, TC4, Gr2, Gr3, Gr5