Titanium Bar Astm F136 Dia12.7mm
1. Product DescriptionItem NameTitanium Bar/RodGradeGR5StandardASTM F136DiameterDia 12.7mmLength3000mmApplicationMedicalShapeRoundColorSilverTechniqueRolled Delivery StatusAnnealed(M) Density4.51g/cm ³Quality TermAccording to Customer’s request to supply the third-party test report issued.CertificateISO9001:2008 DNV.GL 2. Titanium Application in Medical IndustryTitanium application in medical industry holds following superiority:●Corrosion resistance●Biocompatibility●Excellent mechanical and fatigue properties●Thoughness●Low modulus of elasticity●Good wear resistance in assembled condition●Acceptable priceTitanium and its alloy for medical (surgical implants) use now have several type as below:●commercial purity titanium●Ti-6Al-4V and Ti-6Al-4V ELI alloy●Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy●Novel titanium alloys●Ti-Ni alloyMaterial grade in surgical implant：●Pure titanium(ASTN F67):Grade 1,2,3,4●Ti-6Al-4V ELI(Wrought: ASTM F136 and forged: ASTM F620): α+β type●Ti-6Al-4V (Casting: F1108): α+β type●Ti-6Al-7Nb(ASTM F1295) : α+β type (Switzerland)●Ti-5Al-2.5Fe(ISO/DIS 5832-10): β rich α+β type (Germany)●Ti-5Al-3Mo-4Zr: α+β type (Japan)●Ti-15Sn-4Nb-2Ta-0.2Pd: α+β type (Japan)●Ti-15Zr-4Nb-2Ta-0.2Pd: α+β type (Japan)●Ti-13Nb-13Zr: near β type(USA), low modulus●Ti-12Mo-6Zr-2Fe: β type(USA), low modulus●Ti-15Mo: β type(USA), low modulus●Ti-16Nb-10Hf: β type(USA), low modulus●Ti-15Mo-5Zr-3Al: β type(Japan), low modulus●Ti-15Mo-5Zr-3Nb: 12.β type(USA), low modulus●Ti-35.3Nb-5.1Ta-7.1Zr: β type(USA), low modulus●Ti-29Nb-13Ta-4.6Zr: β type(Japan), low modulus 3. Titanium in Orthopedic and Dental implant OrthopedicThe 1950's saw the first use of titanium in orthopedic applications and now titanium is the standard material of choice for orthopedic devices such as hip joints, bone screws, knee joints, spinal fusion cages, shoulder and elbow joints, and bone plates.Titanium has been selected as a metal of choice in the orthopedic segment of the market because it is inert in the human body, it is resistant to attack body fluids, has proven to be compatible with bone density, is strong and has a low modulus, hence making it an excellent material of choice in the orthopedic arena.The human body readily accepts titanium as it has proven to be more biocompatible than stainless steel or cobalt chrome. In addition, titanium has a higher fatigue strength than many other metals. Compatibility with MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and CT (Computed Technology) also contribute to the selection of titanium as the material of choice in orthopedic applications.