Titanium and Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger
Publish:2017-08-30   view:4,287 views   size: 16px  14px  12px

Advantage of Titanium(citing)

Titanium is one of several metals which fall into the category of reactive metals or corrosion resistant alloys. Reducing or oxidizing environments, with or without chlorides, and temperatures up to 1200°F, are all possible with this group of exceptional materials. In addition to high resistance to uniform corrosion attack, titanium can be very successful against pitting, crevice and stress corrosion.

The corrosion resistance of Titanium is due to a stable, protective, and strongly adherent oxide film layer. This film forms instantly when a fresh surface is exposed to air or moisture. This film growth is accelerated under strong oxidizing conditions. The Titanium oxide film is capable of healing itself instantly in the presence of moisture or oxygen. Because of this, Titanium applications are common in the fabrication of process equipment.

Some of the common applications of Titanium in corrosion-resistant service:

  • Chlorine Chemicals
  • Hydrochloric Acid
  • Phosphoric Acid
  • Sea Water
  • Sulfuric Acid
  • Nitric Acid

Titanium Heat Exchangers are highly cost-effective over the entire life cycle of the equipment. Properly maintained, Titanium Heat Exchangers can operate for decades, making them a very economical choice.

Titanium Heat Exchangers can:

  • Provide an extended service life compared to other materials of construction
  • Eliminate expensive downtime due to equipment failure
  • Do away with requirement for spare parts inventory
  • Provide superior corrosion resistance
  • Deliver high heat transfer efficiency
  • Eliminate breakage during handling, installation and operation due to fully-welded metal constructio

A full titanium heat exchanger is very ideal in pool heating or salt pool heating for out door wood furnace industries. Users will never worry of any side corrosion.

titanium heat exchanger from hcrheatexchanger

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