GR1 Titanium Foil ASTM F67 Strong Anti-damping Performance For Machine Building

Place of Origin CHINA
Certification ISO9000:2015
Model Number GR1
Minimum Order Quantity 20KG
Price According to quantity
Packaging Details Clients’ requirement
Delivery Time 20 working days
Payment Terms T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability 300 tons per month

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Product Details
Other Grade Titanium Gr1 Technique Hot Rolled
Materials Titanium Keywords Gr1 Titanium All Foil
Condition Anneal,cold Rolled Weight Fomula T*W*L*4.51/1000000=Kg
Sample Provided Strip Surface Cold Rolling Bright Surface
Standard ASTM F67 Sizes 0.1mm+/-0.02mm
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GR1 Titanium Foil ASTM F67 Strong anti-damping performance For Machine Building


gr1 titanium foil

material: gr1

size: 0.1mm+/-0.02mm

width: 400mm+/0.1mm



Grade 1 Titanium Foil is an exceptionally thin and lightweight material, meticulously engineered by changsheng, a leader in the industry with access to cutting-edge equipment and extensive expertise. This top-grade foil can be produced with a thickness as minute as 0.0007 inches, allowing for its use in a myriad of applications where precision and strength are paramount. The pre-processing involved in creating these foils enhances the ductility of titanium, making it more amenable to fabrication. As such, Grade 1 titanium foil finds utility across diverse sectors including machinery, aviation, transportation, automotive, gaming, medical, and energy sectors.


The Gr1 Titanium Foil is particularly valued for its ability to be easily molded and adhere to existing shapes, providing additional strength, protection, and resistance against corrosive substances and environmental wear. It is used both in the creation of final products and as part of the finishing processes. Manufacturers often opt for titanium in its stock form, typically found in rolled coils, due to its regulated nature which ensures predictable shipping and processing requirements. Common methods for producing titanium foil include continuous casting, rolling, and pressing of cast ingots.


A notable characteristic of Gr1 titanium foil is its superior anti-damping performance. When subjected to mechanical or electrical vibrations, it exhibits the longest vibration decay time compared to other metals like steel and copper. Capitalizing on this property, Grade 1 titanium foil is employed in high-precision applications such as tuning forks, as the vibration element in medical ultrasonic mills, and as the vibration film in advanced audio speakers, where its unique damping abilities contribute to enhanced performance.



Chemical composition:

element C N O H Fe
content(max) 0.08 0.03 0.18 0.015 0.2


The manufacturing method for Grade 1 ASTM F67 titanium foil primarily involves cold rolling, which is the most widely used process due to its high productivity and capability for large-scale output. This process is executed using either a six-high or twenty-high cold rolling mill.


Heat treatment of the titanium foil is crucial and can be carried out in two main ways: vacuum annealing or continuous online protection annealing. In vacuum annealing, the rolled or sheet titanium foil is placed inside a vacuum furnace for heat treatment. On the other hand, continuous online protection annealing is an advanced technique adopted by our company in recent years, offering higher production efficiency and significant enhancements in product quality. This method ensures consistent quality and mechanical properties of the titanium foil.


Titanium is renowned for its excellent corrosion resistance, remaining unaffected by atmospheric conditions and seawater. At normal temperatures, it withstands corrosion from hydrochloric acid concentrations below 7%, sulfuric acid concentrations below 5%, as well as nitric acid, aqua regia, or diluted alkali solutions. However, it should be noted that only hydrofluoric acid, concentrated hydrochloric acid, and concentrated sulfuric acid have the potential to react with titanium.