Titanium heating tube introduction:
Titanium is a metallic element, gray, with a melting point of up to 1668 ± 4 ° C. The density of titanium is 4.506-4.516 g/cm 2 (20 ° C). Titanium has no magnetism. Titanium can change the surface of titanium into color by temperature or voltage change. The plasticity of titanium is also very good, and various shapes can be processed. It can be burned in nitrogen and has a high melting point. Titanium and titanium-based alloys are new structural materials used primarily in the aerospace and marine industries. Titanium electric heating tubes are an emerging industry. Titanium electric heating tube will become a new economic breakthrough point in the jewelry industry, because titanium belongs to the new type of jewelry material, and it has its own "pro-biological" nature. In the human body, it can resist the corrosion of secretions and is non-toxic, adapt to any sterilization method, and it will not cause any harm to the human body when it comes into contact with the skin.
Titanium heating tube concept:
The titanium electric heating tube is made of titanium tube, and the electric heating alloy wire is evenly distributed along the center of the tube. The gap is filled with magnesia sand with good insulation and thermal conductivity. The ends of the tube are sealed with silica gel or ceramic. Highly corrosive liquid for components. Titanium electric heating tube has the characteristics of simple structure, high mechanical strength, high thermal efficiency, safety and reliability, simple installation and long service life. Widely used in a variety of highly corrosive liquids.
Use and description of titanium heating tube:
Titanium has a small specific gravity and is widely used in heating water, nitrate solution, acid solution and alkali solution. It has been proved that titanium is highly efficient and has a long service life in the application of anti-corrosion equipment. It does not affect the plating solution in the application of electroplating equipment. Greatly improve the efficiency of the electroplating industry. The effective length of the heating element must be fully immersed in the liquid for use.