How does Titanium work for the chemical industry?
Titanium has excellent corrosion resistance, good mechanical properties are widely used in chemical production, to replace stainless steel, nickel base alloy and other rare metals.
The term “chemical industry” here is broadly defined and includes soda and caustic soda industries, chlorate, ammonium chloride, urine, organic synthesis, dyes, inorganic salts, pesticides, synthetic fibers, fertilizers, textiles, paper making and fine chemicals.
Chemical applications segment:
- Chlor-alkali industry: titanium anode and titanium wet chlorine cooler.
- Petroleum refining and petrochemical: heat exchangers, reactors, high-pressure vessels, and distillation towers, etc.
- Hydrometallurgical industry: such as copper, nickel, cobalt, manganese and other non-ferrous metal electrolytic production.
- Chemical fertilizer industry: urea production
- In addition, titanium is also used in the textile printing and dyeing industry, paper industry bleaching equipment.
- For example, sub-bleaching machine-made by titanium and spinnerets for synthetic fiber and other industrial
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