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While manufacturers can use either titanium sheeting or titanium plates in their operation processes, titanium plates are typically used for larger quantities and products. Read More…

Titanium Plate Titanium plates are blocks of pure form titanium metal that are thicker than 0.25 inches and are prepared to be used in secondary fabrication processes.
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Long Island City, NY  |  800-767-9494

We supply Titanium in Grade 2 and Grade 5, or 6Al 4V. Foil, sheet, rod, bar, plate, pipe. Call us for a prompt e-mail quote. metalmen has 100+ years of metal supply experience. Experience the metalmen difference.

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Metalmen Sales Inc. $$$

Cleveland, OH  |  440-250-1900

For over 30 years, we have provided metal forged products for a wide variety of industries, including the aerospace, military, food service, medical, and automotive industries. Our customers know they can trust our forgings for quality and affordability. We will never try to make you pay more than you should for our products. Contact us by phone or email to find out more!

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Ferralloy Inc. $$$

Ronkonkoma, NY  |  631-981-2300

At Industrial Metals International, titanium is among our many product offerings. We offer titanium plate, titanium sheet, titanium strip, titanium bar and titanium wire. We also can heat treat, metal test and provide precision cutting and drilling. We are ISO 9002 certified and an SSCI member.

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Industrial Metals International, Ltd. $$$

Albany, OR  |  800-394-9979

MTI is a high-precision manufacturing facility with more than 35 years of experience in high temperature alloys and reactive and refractory metal for a wide range of applications in scientific research, aerospace, government entities, medical, electronics and nuclear power as well as many other commercial operations.

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Metal Technology, Inc. $$$

Plainview, NY  |  516-241-7214

Custom manufacturer & distributor of all types of raw materials: Titanium, Stainless, Aluminum, Steels, Copper, Brass, High Temp Alloys — common & non-standard, hard-to-find alloys. Titanium in Bars, Plates, Sheets, Tubing, Forgings, Wire, Pipe & Foil. Daily shipments for domestic & international sales.

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Rockwell Industries International Corporation $$$
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Titanium plates are made from ore which has already been fabricated and reduced from its natural mineral depository form. As titanium does not occur in its pure form in nature, the primary fabrication process is difficult and can be costly. Mineral deposits containing titanium are first refined to titanium tetrachloride and then reduced with magnesium. A highly porous bulk, or "sponge", is produced from this which is then melted into titanium plates, ready for secondary fabrication. In addition to plates, titanium is also melted into billets, strips, bars, wire and tubing in order to be shipped or transported to manufacturing facilities.

Titanium is a popular material choice for many applications as it offers superior strength, rigidity, and lightness compared to other metals. Equal to steel in strength, titanium is half of steel's density and has excellent corrosion resistance. Due to these properties, titanium offers what is ultimately a cost-effective solution for many uses despite its initial high cost output. As titanium can hold the same amount of strength as copper, steel, brass or aluminum with only half the material volume, it can be used in lower quantities to achieve the same task. Since titanium is resistant to acid, oxygen, chloride and salt corrosion, titanium parts also result in much lower maintenance and a longer product life.

Various titanium alloys are being used for an ever-widening array of applications. Aquarium, naval and other saltwater industries often use titanium for underwater parts due to its resistance to erosion, stress, microbiological corrosion and pitting. Because it is such a lightweight, high strength material, titanium is used in the automotive industry for valve springs, rocker arms, connecting rods, exhaust systems, drive shafts, steering gear and other parts. Racing cars specifically use titanium to increase vehicular speed.

Surgical and dental industries use titanium instruments to decrease the chance of allergic metal reactions, and many kinds of prosthesis or bone splints and implants are manufactured from pure titanium, which does not contaminate or corrode in the body. The aerospace industry uses titanium quite extensively for jet engines, missiles and spacecrafts. Other uses for titanium include semiconductor and battery wires, chemical and petroleum handling, agri-food, orthopedics and sporting goods equipment. Once processed into an ore, titanium is relatively easy to fabricate and extremely useful, which is why many industries choose titanium even at a higher cost.

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