Ferro Titanium is an alloy produced by aluminothermic reaction of Titanium oxide with Iron in the presence of Aluminium. Titanium is usually present in the range Ti: 25 – 75%. Titanium is used in steel making for deoxidation, grain size control, Carbon & Nitrogen control & stabilization. During steel making, Titanium is usually introduced as it has lower melting point compared to Titanium metal. Ferro Silicon Titanium is also produced to allow the simultaneous addition of Silicon & Titanium. Ferro Titanium is used by stainless steel makers as a stabiliser to prevent chromium carbide forming at grain boundaries and in the production of low carbon steels for sheet production.
Application: Titanium is used in production of tool steel, airplane steel, high strength & high tensile steel, along with Stainless steel.
Size: 2 – 10mm, 5 – 30mm, 10 – 50mm
Color: Silver Gray/Gray
Melting point: 1400°C
Packing: Steel Drums (25Kgs, 50Kgs, 100Kgs & 250Kgs) or 1 Ton bags.
Typical chemical composition of Ferro Vanadium is shown below.
|FeTi 30%||FeTi 70%|
|Ti: 30% Min||Ti: 70.0% Min|
|C: 0.10% Max||C: 0.10% Max|
|S: 0.05% Max||S: 0.05% Max|
|P: 0.05% Max||P: 0.05% Max|
|Si: 1.5% Max||Si: 1.5% Max|
|Al: 7.5% Max||Al: 5.0% Max|
|N2: 0.5% Max||N2: 0.5% Max|