Titanium has excellent corrosion resistance, mechanical properties and process properties, and is widely used in many sectors of the national economy. Especially in chemical production, titanium is used as corrosion-resistant material instead of stainless steel, nickel-based alloys and other rare metals. This is of great significance for increasing output, improving product quality, extending equipment service life, reducing consumption, reducing energy consumption, reducing costs, preventing pollution, improving working conditions and increasing labor productivity.
Titanium metal has become one of the main anti-corrosion materials in chemical equipment, and has established its corrosion-resistant status in chemical equipment.

As an ideal material in chemical equipment, titanium has attracted more and more attention from engineering and technical personnel.

The specific application industries are as follows: