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Titanium Pipe Manufacturer in Europe

PipingProjects.eu is a premier Titanium Pipe Manufacturer in Europe. Titanium Pipes are characterized by their excellent hardness, showcasing outstanding durability and supplying exceptional performance. Titanium Pipes, known for their robustness, can withstand a broad spectrum of elevated temperatures. The seamless design of Titanium Pipes, coupled with their high tensile strength, imparts robust mechanical properties, making them ideal for applications in instrumentation and structural frameworks. We are also a well-known Titanium Pipe Supplier in Europe.

What are Titanium Pipe?

Titanium Pipes are tubular structures manufactured from titanium, a metal renowned for its remarkable strength, lightweight nature, and exceptional corrosion resistance. These pipes find extensive applications in various industries, such as aerospace, chemical processing, and oil and gas, due to their ability to withstand elevated temperatures, resist oxidation, and maintain structural integrity under challenging conditions. The high tensile strength of titanium contributes to the durability of these pipes, while their seamless design, often preferred in critical applications, ensures a smooth internal surface, reducing the risk of corrosion and fluid leakage.

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What distinguishes us as the leading Titanium Pipe Manufacturers in Europe?

We are the premier Titanium Pipe Manufacturer in Europe. We take immense pride in delivering exceptional products that precisely align with the varied requirements of industries. Employing advanced manufacturing processes, we guarantee the production of Titanium Pipes that meet and surpass stringent international standards. Our commitment to innovation, reliability, and customer satisfaction solidifies our standing as a trusted and go-to source for customized solutions.

As a leading Titanium Pipe Supplier in Europe, our excellence stems from an unwavering dedication to quality, efficiency, and customer-centric practices. We prioritize precision in our manufacturing processes, ensuring our products consistently meet and exceed industry benchmarks. Boasting a comprehensive range of Titanium Pipes, we seamlessly cater to diverse industrial applications. We have established ourselves as the preferred choice for businesses seeking resilient, high-performance solutions throughout Europe.

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Titanium Pipe - Specifications

  • Product : Titanium Pipe
  • Size : 1/8″NB TO 48″NB IN
  • Schedule : SCH20, SCH30, SCH40, STD, SCH80, XS, SCH60, SCH80, SCH120, SCH140, SCH160, XXS
  • Forms : Seamless / ERW / Welded / Fabricated / LSAW Pipes
  • Standards : JIS, AISI, ASME, ASTM, AMS, GB, DIN, EN, GOST
  • Method : Hot Rolled & Cold Rolled
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Why prefer Titanium Pipes over traditional materials?

Titanium Pipes offer a clear choice of traditional materials due to their unique properties, making them highly useful in various applications. Titanium's exceptional corrosion resistance sets it apart, ensuring longevity and reliability even in harsh environments. This corrosion resistance significantly outperforms many traditional materials, making Titanium Pipes ideal for industries. Additionally, the high strength-to-weight ratio of titanium improves structural integrity while maintaining a lightweight profile, supplying a crucial advantage over heavier traditional materials.

The ability of Titanium Pipes to withstand elevated temperatures makes them well-suited for applications where traditional materials might stain or lose strength under high heat conditions. In industries like oil and gas, where extreme temperatures are expected, Titanium Pipes offer a durable and reliable solution. In summary, the unique combination of corrosion resistance, high strength, and temperature resilience makes Titanium Pipes superior to traditional materials in various industrial applications.

Titanium Welding Processes for Enhanced Performance

Fabricating titanium welded pipes involves various advanced welding techniques, each contributing to the pipe's superior qualities. Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), commonly known as TIG welding, offers precision and control, ensuring strong fatigue resistance in the welded joints. Plasma arc welding, another technique employed, provides a high-energy density, facilitating precise and efficient welding. Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), or MIG welding, is recognized for its versatility and speed, contributing to the pipes' good processibility.

In addition, laser beam welding ensures focused and efficient heat application, while friction welding utilizes mechanical friction for seamless joint formation. Electronic beam welding and resistance welding techniques add further versatility to the manufacturing process, catering to specific application requirements. This array of welding processes ensures the structural integrity of titanium welded pipes. It imparts desirable characteristics such as a low coefficient of expansion and meeting the stringent standards for various industrial applications.

Chemical Composition of Titanium Pipes

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Titanium Pipe Chemical Composition
Chemical Composition ASTM Grade
(Max. Values) 23 2 1 5 9 7 12
C. Carbon 0.08 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.05 0.1 0.08
N. Nitrogen 0.03 0.03 0.03 0.05 0.02 0.03 0.03
H. Hydrogen 0.0125 0.015 0.015 0.0125 0.013 0.015 0.015
O. Oxygen 0.13 0.25 0.18 0.20 0.12 0.25 0.25
Fe. Iron 0.25 0.3 0.2 0.4 0.25 0.3 0.3
AL Aluminium 5.5-6.5     5.5-6.75 2.5-3.5    
Pd. Palladium           0.12-0.25  
Ni. Nickel             0.6-0.9
V. Vanadium 3.5-4.5     35-4-5 2.0-3.0    
Mo. Molybdenum             0.2-0.4
Ti. Titanium Bal. Bal Bal Bal Bal. Bal Bal.

Mechanical Properties of Titanium Pipes

Understand the robust Mechanical Properties of Titanium Pipes provided by a leading Titanium Pipe Manufacturer in Europe.

Titanium Pipe Mechanical Properties
Tensile strength (min) 0.2% yield strength (min)
Designation MPa ksi MPa ksi
Unalloyed grades    
ASTM grade 2 340 50 280 40
ASTM grade 1 240 35 170 25
ASTM grade 3 450 65 380 55
ASTM grade 7 340 50 280 40
ASTM grade 4 550 80 480 70
ASTM grade 11 240 35 170 25
a and near-a alloys    
Ti-5Al-2.5Sn 790 115 760 110
Ti-o.3Mo-o.8Ni 480 70 380 55
Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V 900 130 830 120
Ti-5Al-2.5Sn-ELI 690 100 620 90
Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo 900 130 830 120
Ti-2.25Al-11Sn-5Zr-1Mo 1000 145 900 130
Ti-6Al-2Nb-1Ta-o.8Mo 790 115 690 100
Ti-5.8Al-4Sn-3.5Zr-o.7Nb-o.5Mo-0.35Si 1030 149 910 132
a-ß alloys    
Ti-6Al-4V-ELI(a) 830 120 760 110
Ti-6Al-4V(a) 900 130 830 120
Ti-6Al-6V-2Sn(a) 1030 150 970 140
Ti-7Al-4Mo(a) 1030 150 970 140
Ti-8Mn(a) 860 125 760 110
Ti-4Al-4M0-2Sn-o.5Si 1100 160 960 139
Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo(b) 1170 170 1100 160
Ti-6Al-2Sn-2Zr-2Mo-2Cr(c) 1030 150 970 140
Ti-5Al-2Sn-2Zr-4Mo-4Cr(b)(c) 1125 163 1055 153
Ti-3Al-2.5V(d) 620 go 520 75
ß alloys    
Ti-13V-11Cr-3Al(b) 1170 170 1100 160
Ti-10V-2Fe-3Al(a)(c) 1170 170 1100 160
Ti-15Mo-3Al-2.7Nb-o.2Si 862 125 793 115
Ti-8Mo-8V-2Fe-3Al(b)(c) 1170 170 1100 160
Ti-11.5M0-6Zr-4.5Sn(a) 690 100 620 90
Ti-3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr(a)(c) 900 130 830 120
Ti-15V-3Cr-3Al-3Sn 1000(b) 145(b) 965(b) 140(b)
  1241(f) 18o(f) 1172(f) 170(f)

Applications of Titanium Pipes

Titanium Pipes find widespread applications across diverse industries due to their durability, strength, and versatility. As a top Titanium Pipe Manufacturer in Europe, we deliver reliable solutions for fluid transport, heat exchange, and more, meeting diverse industrial needs with quality assurance.

  • Chemical Industry: Titanium Pipes are widely used for handling corrosive chemicals and acids due to their exceptional corrosion resistance.
  • Petrochemical & Refining Plants: Titanium Pipes are employed in these environments to withstand extreme temperatures, pressures, and corrosive substances encountered in processing oil and gas.
  • Oil & Gas Exploration: Titanium Pipes play a crucial role in the extraction and transportation of oil and gas, offering durability and resistance to harsh conditions.
  • Aerospace Industry: Titanium Pipes find applications in aircraft and spacecraft components, where their high-temperature strength and corrosion resistance are vital.
  • Nuclear Industry: Titanium Pipes are used in nuclear power plants for their ability to withstand radiation and high-temperature environments.
  • Marine & Naval Applications: Titanium Pipes are favoured for their corrosion resistance in marine environments, making them suitable for shipbuilding and naval systems.
  • Power Generation facilities: Titanium Pipes are utilized in various components of power plants, including boilers and heat exchangers, due to their ability to handle high temperatures and pressures.
  • Heat Exchangers: Titanium Pipes are ideal for constructing heat exchangers where resistance to corrosion and high temperatures is critical.
  • High-Temperature Manufacturing Processes: Titanium Pipes are employed in industries with elevated-temperature manufacturing requirements, such as forging and heat treatment.
  • Medical Industry: Titanium Pipes are used in certain medical applications where resistance to corrosion and high strength are essential, such as medical imaging equipment.

Difference Between Seamless and Welded Titanium Pipes

  • Seamless and welded Titanium Pipes differ primarily in their manufacturing processes, impacting their structural characteristics and performance in various applications. Seamless Titanium Pipes are manufactured through extrusion or rotary piercing, resulting in a continuous, uninterrupted structure without weld seams. This seamless design eliminates the risk of weak points and potential corrosion at welded joints, making them particularly suitable for applications with high pressure, extreme temperatures, or corrosive environments.
  • Welded Titanium Pipes are created by joining titanium sections through welding processes. While welded pipes may have visible seams, advancements in welding technology have significantly improved their quality, making them suitable for less demanding applications where the continuous structure of seamless pipes may not be essential. Welded Titanium Pipes are often more cost-effective, providing a practical solution for applications that do not require the extreme structural integrity offered by seamless counterparts. The choice between seamless and welded Titanium Pipes depends on the specific demands of the intended application, considering factors such as pressure, temperature, and the level of structural integrity required.

Various Types of Titanium Pipe We Supply

PipingProjects.eu is a leading Titanium Pipe Manufacturer in Europe. We supply different types of Titanium Pipes to meet diverse industrial needs with superior quality and precision.

Titanium Pipe Weight Chart

Explore our wide Titanium Pipes Weight Chart for precise specifications, ensuring accuracy and quality us a trusted Titanium Pipe Manufacturers in Europe.

Weight Chart of Titanium Pipe
Nominal Pipe Size Wall Thickness Outside Diameter Weight Weight
inches millimeter inches millimeter kilogram-meter Sched pound-foot
1/2 0.109 2.769 0.840 21 1.268 40 STD 0.851
0.147 3.734 1.621 80 STD 1.088
3/4″ 0.113 2.870 1.050 27 1.684 40 STD 1.131
0.154 3.912 2.195 80 STD 1.474
1″ 0.133 3.378 1.315 33 2.501 40 STD 1.679
0.179 4.547 3.325 80 STD 2.172
1 1/4″ 0.140 3.556 1.660 42 3.385 40 STD 2.273
0.191 4.851 4.464 80 STD 2.997
1 1/2″ 0.145 3.683 1.900 48 4.048 40 STD 2.718
0.200 5.080 5.409 80 STD 3.361
2″ 0.154 3.912 2.375 60 5.441 40 STD 3.653
0.218 5.537 7.480 80 STD 5.022
2 1/2″ 0.203 5.516 2.875 73 8.629 40 STD 5.793
0.276 7.010 11.411 80 STD 7.661
3″ 0.216 5.486 3.500 89 11.284 40 STD 7.576
0.300 7.620 15.272 80 STD 10.253
4″ 0.237 6.020 4.500 114 16.073 10.790
0.337 8.560 22.318 14.983
6″ 0.188 4.775 6.625 168 19.252 12.924
0.203 5.516 20.739 13.923
0.219 5.563 22.318 14.983
0.250 6.350 25.354 17.021
0.280 7.112 58.263 40 STD 18.974
0.312 7.925 31.334 21.036
0.375 9.525 37.285 25.031
0.432 10.973 42.561 80 XHY 28.573
0.500 12.700 48.719 32.708
8″ 0.188 4.775 8.625 219 25.233 16.940
0.203 5.156 27.198 18.259
0.219 5.563 29.286 19.661
0.250 6.350 33.308 20 22.361
0.277 7.036 36.786 30 24.696
0.322 8.179 42.352 40 28.554
0.375 9.525 49.216 33.041
0.406 10.312 53.085 60 35.638
0.500 12.700 64.627 80 XHY 43.388
10″ 0.188 4.775 10.750 273 31.588 21.207
0.219 5.563 36.689 24.631
0.250 6.350 41.759 20 28.035
0.307 7.798 51.002 30 34.240
0.344 8.738 56.946 38.231
0.365 9.271 63.301 40 STD 40.483
0.438 11.125 71.852 48.238
0.500 12.700 81.530 60 XHY 54.735
0.594 15.088 95.969 80 64.429
12″ 0.188 4.775 12.750 324 37.570 25.222
0.219 5.563 43.657 29.309
0.250 6.350 49.713 33.375
0.281 7.137 55.739 37.420
0.312 7.925 61.735 41.445
0.375 9.525 73.824 49.562
0.406 10.312 79.727 53.525
0.500 12.700 97.438 65.415
0.562 14.275 108.966 73.154
14″ 0.188 4.775 14.000 356 41.308 27.732
0.219 5.563 48.012 32.233
0.250 6.350 54.685 20 36.713
0.281 7.137 61.327 41.172
0.312 7.925 67.939 45.611
0.375 9.525 81.281 STD 54.568
0.438 11.125 94.498 40 63.441
0.500 12.700 107.381 XHY 72.090
0.625 15.875 132.983 89.278
16” 0.188 4.775 16.000 406 47.290 21.748
0.219 5.563 54.980 36.910
0.250 6.350 62.639 10 42.053
0.281 7.137 70.268 47.174
0.312 7.925 77.866 20 52.275
0.344 8.738 85.677 57.519
0.375 9.525 93.213 30
STD
62.578
0.438 11.125 108.433 72.797
0.500 12.700 123.289 40
XHY
82.770
18″ 0.219 5.563 18.000 457 61.948 41.588
0.250 6.350 70.593 47.393
0.281 7.137 79.208 53.176
0.312 7.925 87.792 20 58.939
0.375 9.525 105.144 STD 70.588
0.438 11.125 122.369 30 82.152
0.500 12.700 139.198 XHY 93.450
0.562 14.275 155.904 40 104.666
0.625 15.875 172.754 115.978
20″ 0.250 6.350 20.000 508 78.547 52.733
0.282 7.163 88.458 59.386
0.312 7.925 97.719 65.604
0.375 9.525 117.075 20 STD 78.598
0.438 11.125 136.305 91.508
0.500 12.700 155.106 30 XHY 104.130
0.594 15.088 183.378 40 123.110
0.625 15.875 192.640 129.328
0.688 17.475 211.368 141.901
24″ 0.250 6.350 24.000 610 94.456 63.413
0.281 7.137 106.029 71.183
0.312 7.925 117.573 18.932
0.375 9.525 140.938 20 STD 64.618
0.438 11.125 164.176 110.219
0.500 12.700 186.923 XHY 125.490
0.625 15.875 232.410 156.028
0.688 17.475 255.148 40 171.293
0.750 19.050 277.401 186.233
30″ 0.250 6.350 30.000 762 118.318 79.433
0.281 7.137 132.851 89.189
0.312 7.925 147.353 10 98.925
0.375 9.525 176.731 STD 118.648
0.438 11.125 205.983 138.286
0.500 12.700 234.647 20 XHY 157.530
0.625 15.875 292.066 30 196.078
0.688 17.475 320.817 215.380
0.750 19.050 348.988 234.293
36″ 0.250 6.350 36.000 914 142.180 95.453
0.281 7.137 159.672 107.196
0.312 7.925 177.133 10 118.918
0.375 9.525 215.525 STD 142.678
0.438 11.125 247.790 166.353
0.500 12.700 282.372 20 XHY 198.570
0.625 15.875 351.723 236.128
.688 17.475 386.487 259.467
0.750 19.050 420.576 282.353
42″ 0.312 7.925 42.000 1067 206.914 138.911
0.375 9.525 248.319 STD 166.708
0.500 12.700 33.097 XHY 221.610
0.750 19.050 492.163 330.413
48″ 0.375 9.525 48.000 1219 284.112 STD 190.738
0.438 11.125 331.404 222.487
0.500 12.700 377.822 XHY 253.650
0.750 19.050 563.750 378.473
0.875 22.225 655.969 440.383

Titanium Pipe Size Chart

Size Chart of Titanium Pipe
Titanium Pipe OD (millimeter) inches kilogram-meter Pipe WT(millimeter) Sch
26.67 3/4 1.30 2.11 10S
26.67 3/4 1.71 2.87 40S
26.67 3/4 2.23 3.91 80S
33.40 1 2.13 2.77 10S
33.40 1 2.54 3.38 40S
33.40 1 3.29 4.55 80S
33.40 1 4.30 6.352 160
42.16 2.73 2.77 10S
42.16 3.44 3.56 40S
114.30 4 8.50 3.05 10S
114.30 4 16.32 6.02 40S
114.30 4 22.67 8.56 80S
42.16 4.53 4.85 80S
42.16 5.69 6.352 160
48.26 3.16 2.77 10S
48.26 4.11 3.68 40S
48.26 5.49 5.08 80S
60.33 2 3.99 2.77 10S
60.33 2 5.52 3.91 40S
60.33 2 7.60 5.54 80S
60.33 2 11.29 8.742 160
73.03 5.35 3.05 10S
73.03 8.77 5.16 40S
73.03 11.59 7.01 80S
88.90 3 6.56 3.05 10S
13.72 1/4 0.50 1.65 10S
13.72 1/4 0.64 2.24 40S
13.72 1/4 0.81 3.02 80S
17.15 3/8 0.64 1.65 10S
17.15 3/8 0.86 2.31 40S
88.90 3 11.47 5.49 40S
219.08 8 43.20 8.18 40S
219.08 8 65.63 12.7 80S
88.90 3 15.51 7.62 80S
88.90 3 21.67 11.132 160
101.60 7.53 3.05 10S
101.60 13.78 5.74 40S
101.60 18.92 8.08 80S
114.30 4 34.05 13.492 160
168.28 6 14.04 3.4 10S
168.28 6 28.69 7.11 40S
17.15 3/8 1.12 3.20 80S
21.34 1/2 1.02 2.11 10S
21.34 1/2 1.29 2.77 40S
21.34 1/2 1.65 3.73 80S
168.28 6 43.21 10.97 80S
168.28 6 54.75 14.27 120
168.28 6 68.59 18.262 160
219.08 8 91.30 18.23 120
141.30 5 22.10 6.55 40S
141.30 5 31.44 9.53 80S
141.30 5 49.87 15.882 160
219.08 8 112.97 23.012 160

Manufacturing Process of Titanium Pipes

Titanium Pipe is produced in seven steps. It manufactures a wide range of shapes, goods, and parts, ranging from Titanium Pipe and Coil.

  • Step 1 : Raw Material Selection
    To begin the process of creating titanium, raw materials such as iron ore and other elements including nickel, chromium, and molybdenum are carefully selected. The choice of alloying elements depends on the specific properties that the titanium is intended to possess.
  • Step 2 : Smelting and Melting
    Once the raw materials have been selected, they are smelted in a furnace to create a molten metal alloy. The composition of the alloy is closely monitored and controlled to achieve the desired grade of titanium.
  • Step 3 : Forming
    After the molten titanium has been produced, it is cast into different shapes and forms, depending on its intended use. The most common shapes include slabs, billets, blooms, or ingots.
  • Step 4 : Primary & Secondary Steelmaking
    The subsequent step is primary steelmaking, which can be accomplished through different methods such as the Basic Oxygen Furnace (BOF) or the Electric Arc Furnace (EAF). At this stage, impurities like carbon are eliminated to achieve the desired chemical composition.
  • Step 5 : Casting
    The molten titanium is then cast into semi-finished forms, which can take the shape of plates, sheets, bars, or other forms. Continuous casting or ingot casting methods are usually employed for this purpose.
  • Step 6 : Hot Rolling
    In the case of products like Titanium Pipes, the semi-finished castings are hot-rolled to achieve the desired thickness and shape. During this process, the thickness of the castings is reduced while improving their mechanical properties.
  • Step 7 : Cold Rolling and Annealing
    In the case of specific titanium products such as thin sheets and coils, cold rolling is employed to further reduce the thickness and enhance surface finish. To relieve stresses and enhance corrosion resistance, annealing is frequently performed.

Titanium Pipe Used in Industries

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  • Titanium Pipe Used in Kitchen
  • Titanium Pipe Used in Sinks
  • Titanium Pipe Used in Railway Cars
  • Titanium Pipe Used in Foodservice Equipment
  • Titanium Pipe Used in Trailers
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