Titanium screws and titanium nuts are tools that use the physics and mathematics of the oblique circular rotation and friction of the object to gradually tighten the objects. Titanium screws are the same as ordinary stainless steel, iron, and copper screws, except that the material is titanium, and the general titanium material is pure titanium TA2 and titanium alloy TC4. The raw materials of titanium screws are more expensive, and they are also very beautiful. It seems that the crafts, titanium is resistant to acid and alkali corrosion, so the price of titanium screws is generally higher.
As a raw material element for the production of titanium screws, titanium is a very active metal. Compared with traditional stainless steel, titanium screws have better flexibility and oxidation resistance. Titanium shaped workpieces are more widely used in various industries. Compared with titanium screws under high pressure, ordinary stainless steel screws have stronger compression resistance. Therefore, titanium alloys are used for aerospace metals. Titanium screws As one of the connectors. Titanium screws are indispensable industrial necessities in daily life: extremely small screws used in glasses, electronics, etc.; general screws in televisions, electrical products, etc.; transportation equipment, airplanes, cars, etc. are used together with large and small screws, such as lifting a fuel tank Has been widely used. Next, the Baoji modified car parts manufacturer will introduce you the classification of titanium screws:
The classification of titanium screws: round head screws, self-tapping screws, hexagonal screws, countersunk screws, slotted screws, square head screws, double head screws, non-standard screws, fastening screws, standard screws, flat head screws.
Classification of titanium bolts: hexagonal bolts, square neck bolts, half-round head bolts, countersunk head bolts, carriage bolts, gasket combination bolts, various instrument lathe bolts, special-shaped non-standard bolts Use: electroplating, aluminum oxidation (anodic decomposition), Chemical, watch industry, medicine, breeding, electronic hardware, plastics and other industries.
The classification of titanium nuts: hexagonal nuts, self-locking nuts, ring round nuts, knurled nuts, slotted nuts, hexagonal nuts for precision machinery, special-shaped non-standard nuts.