Titanium Tube

Heat Treatment

Titanium has a great thermodynamical affinity towards interstitial elements like Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen and Carbon. For heat treatment protective atmospheres like high vacuum or inert gases are suitable. The annealing temperatures range from 600 °C to 800 °C. The duration depends on the equipment, the type of process and the experience with the material. Organic residues such as lubricants should be completely removed prior to annealing. If they react with Titanium Hydrogen may be formed embrittling the material.

Tube Surface

Under most conditions Titanium and its alloys are covered by a thin but even oxide layer. If destroyed the material exhibits fretting corrosion. Vascotube® processing sequence includes high quality tooling, lubricants and heat treatment equipment.

We manufacture Titanium tubing according to ASTM F 67.

Titanium Tube

Chemical Composition:

Component Grade2 ASTM F67 (wt %)
Nitrogen max. 0,030
Carbon max. 0,080
Hydrogen max. 0,015
Iron max. 0,300
Oxygen max. 0,250
Titanium balance

Mechanical Properties:

Annealed Grade2
Ultimate Tensile Strength 345 MPa
Yield Strength R 275 MPa
Fracture Elongation 20 %

Note: The Mechanical Properties are only for orientation and can be changed if necessary.

Physical Properties:

Melting Point 1668 °C
Density 4,5 g/cm3
Modulus of Elasticity 105 GPa