Chemical Industry

Titanium Used in Chemical Industry

In chemical industry, titanium and its alloys have excellent stability in organic compounds and can withstand higher temperatures. They are therefore reliable structural materials and are suitable for the manufacture of reactors, pressure vessels, separator tubes, heat exchangers, condenser linings for distillation towers, and other related parts.

Titanium is Used in the Oil and Gas Sector

Titanium plays an important role in the exploration and production of oil and gas. Companies in the construction, engineering and refining industries also rely on titanium for its toughness and corrosion resistance. For example, pipes are now often made from titanium to ensure long-term durability. In areas where seawater is present, such as seabed mining, titanium’s superior corrosion resistance has proven essential.

Titanium is an ideal material for the manufacture of heat exchangers, pumps and valves. It can be used for data logging related equipment such as tankers, instrumentation and submersibles. In addition, titanium cathodic protection anodes are often used in subsea applications.

Titanium has become the material of choice for downhole tubular components used in oil and gas wells. Its corrosion resistance and strength at high temperatures and pressures (high pressure, high temperature) are unsurpassed, and it even has some resistance to stress corrosion cracking. This makes it particularly suitable for this type of application.

Main Characteristics of Titanium Used in the Oil and Gas Industry

Main Characteristics of Titanium Used in the Oil and Gas Industry

  • Strength-to-weight ratio
  • High dependability
  • Resistance to corrosion
  • Superior mechanical properties
  • Thermal elongation
  • Non-magnetic
  • Excellent weldability

Titanium is a Versatile Metal that Used in the Oil and Gas Industry

Oil and gas companies have begun incorporating titanium into steel alloys, recognising its amazing properties. This increases the corrosion resistance of the material, as well as its strength and density. Not surprisingly, titanium is resistant to salt water. titanium also has good corrosion resistance in a variety of conditions, including those containing carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulphide.

Titanium is a popular choice in the natural gas industry because of its ability to maintain strength at extremely low temperatures (used in natural gas liquefaction). Heat exchanger tubes made of titanium are used in liquefied natural gas plants. The use of titanium in pressure vessel linings is also common (e.g. in LNG tankers).

Titanium is a Versatile Metal that Used in the Oil and Gas Industry
Applications of Titanium in Oil and Gas

Applications of Titanium in Oil and Gas

Today, titanium-steel alloys are widely used, especially for the lining of downhole tubing. High-strength titanium alloys are also used to make compressor components. These components are stronger and last longer than those made entirely of steel alloys.

  • Sucker Rods
  • Pup Joints
  • Drill Rods
  • Deep Hole Drilling Components
  • Heat Exchangers and Condensers
  • Subsea Pipelines and Risers
  • Platform Structures and Fasteners

Lasting New Material(Lasting Titanium) – A Popular Choice for the Oil and Gas Industry

Lasting New Material(Lasting Titanium)’s high-quality titanium products, custom solutions, extensive industry experience, and reliability make it a popular choice in the oil and gas industry. Their titanium solutions are used in a wide variety of applications including offshore platforms, subsea equipment, pipelines, downhole tools and other critical components where performance, durability and corrosion resistance are critical.


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