Titanium and its alloys are not only widely used in aviation and aerospace industry, but also in chemical industry, petroleum, metallurgy, paper making, textile, machinery and energy.
At present, the demand for titanium products in the military aviation industry accounts for 15% of the total demand for titanium products in the world, and it is likely to grow to 20-25% in 2-3 years.
Domestic production and consumption of titanium wire. The data shows that the annual output of titanium wire in China was 95t in 2012, a 51.5% decrease compared with 196t in 2011.
Definition and properties of titanium wireDefinition of titanium wireTitanium is a silvery white transition metal, located in Group Ⅳ B of the periodic table, with atomic number of 22 and relative atomic mass of 47.87.