Titanium powder has long been used as an alloying additive for a variety of applications. Recently, technological advances in the production and use of titanium powder have opened doors into the fields of powder metallurgy and metal injection molding.
Global Titanium can supply titanium powder produced via the hydride-dehydride process. This process uses hydrogen to make titanium brittle enough to be crushed. The titanium is crushed into a fine powder and then the hydrogen is removed under vacuum.
Using this process, Global Titanium is able to produce both commercially pure and alloyed titanium powder in a wide range of particle sizes. Screening and blending processes ensure accurate sizing and consistency of the powder product. Advanced process controls and an on-site laboratory enable Global Titanium to effectively control chemistry, sizing, and gas content of the titanium powder.
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the hydride-dehydride process.