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Material No. 3.7035
EN symbol (short) Ti-II
AISI/SAE
UNS R 50400
AFNOR
B.S.
Alloy
Registered work's label Ti 994-Ti-grade2
Standards DIN 17850



Chemical composition
C
≤%
N
≤%
H
≤%
Fe
≤%
O
≤%
Pa
%
Others
%
Ti
 
0,08 0,06 0,013 0,25 0,20   0,4 rest
Special characteristics
Temperature range Density kg/dm³ Hardness HB
  approx. 4,5  
particularly good stability against corrosion, low specific weight, little cold-straining

Welding filler
Welding rod and wire electrode SG-Ti2
Main fields of application (depending on the specific conditions of use)
chemical industry, offshore platforms, aviation, space travel, highly stressed weight-saving components, condensers, sea water desalination plants, power stations
(all aforementioned specifications serve as a general orientation and have to be reviewed depending on the specific conditions of use)



3.7235 | 3.7035 | 3.7025
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