Titanium Grade 5 Round rod Ø0.8-90mm Titanium rod 3.7165 Solid shaft B348 Solid shaft
If you would like to buy a titanium rod, visit the Auremo online shop.
Properties of the material 3.7165: lightness; strength; corrosion resistance; heat resistance;
Other areas of application: Aircraft construction; Drive technology; Rocket construction; Mechanical engineering; Medicine;
- Production time - 2-3 working days.
- Preparation for dispatch - 2-3 working days.
- Delivery time - depending on the parcel service. Please refer to the faq.
Online shop Auremo offers the consumer a wide range of metal products, including titanium products. Here you can buy a wide range of products made of various metals and alloys, including titanium rods. When you order a product, you will be pleasantly surprised by the quality of the product and the first-class service.
About half of the world's titanium production comes from this range. Titanium is very light yet as strong as steel. It has a low density and a very high specific strength. Titanium is resistant to high temperatures and corrosion.
Properties of the material 3.7165:
- Corrosion resistance
- Heat resistance
The properties of titanium are valued in many branches of industry, particularly in the high-tech and military sectors.
Other areas of application:
- Aircraft construction
- propulsion technology
- mechanical engineering
Online Shop Auremo endeavours to supply you with high-quality rolled products made of non-ferrous metals. All metals are subjected to quality control at various stages of production. Only first-class raw materials are used for the production of titanium rods.
|Country and region of manufacture:||Germany|
|Manufacturer number:||Not applicable|
|EN material designation:||Titanium Grade 5 (6AI-4V)|
|ASTM:||Ti-Grade 5 (6 AI 4V)|
Chemical composition (in %):
Mechanical properties (standard values at 20° C):
|Hardness HB 30||0.2% Yield strength Rp - MPa||Tensile strength Rm||Elongation A5 %||Modulus of elasticity kN/mm2|
Physical properties (standard values at 20° C):
|Density g/cm3||Specific heat J/kg K||Thermal conductivity W/m K||Electrical resistance Ω-mm2/m|