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Titanium is a metal with many different applications due to its combination of strength and lightness. It is also highly corrosion resistant and biocompatible. Because of these properties, it has become a popular material for construction and medical equipment. However, titanium’s raw materials are rare and require a complicated extraction process, which limits its availability. As a result, steel may be a better choice for some applications.
copper titanium alloy offers a combination of the best attributes of both metals. It is stronger and lighter than copper, and it has higher conductivity than pure titanium. Its surface is also harder, which makes it less prone to scratching. It is easy to work and form into complex shapes, and it can be heat-treated for improved strength.
Zinc-copper-titanium alloy sheets are used as roof panels on buildings in Paris, France, and other parts of the world. They are naturally self-preservative and do not need to be painted for protection, have a long service life, and require only minimal maintenance after decades of use. The roofs are also completely recyclable.
Copper-titanium alloys are also being used to replace copper-beryllium in automobile connectors and camera modules, where the high strength, excellent stress relaxation resistance, and bend formability of the new alloy are important. These new alloys offer a significant reduction in the need for beryllium, which is toxic and carcinogenic. The copper-titanium alloy is produced using vacuum induction melting technology. This allows the melting, casting, and quenching of a slab to take place under controlled atmosphere conditions.