Ferrotitanium

Ferrotitanium is a ferroalloy used primarily in steelmaking.  There are two main grades of ferrotitanium, the first containing approximately 35% titanium and the second containing roughly 70% titanium.  The 35% grade is produced via an aluminothermic reaction while the 70% grade is produced by melting titanium scrap and iron in an induction furnace.

Global Titanium produces the 70% grade of ferrotitanium and with over 10,000 MT of annual capacity, is one of the largest producers of this grade in the world.

Global Titanium is an integrated producer; all of the scrap used to produce ferrotitanium is evaluated and processed on-site, assuring reliability of supply.

A variety of sizing and packaging options are available as well as specialty grades to meet a particular need.  Click on the links to the left to learn more about the product options.

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