Titanium Exhaust Pipes & Tubes For Motorcycle Manufacturers Suppliers

Place of Origin China
Brand Name Changsheng
Certification ISO 9001;2015
Model Number ASTM B 338 & ASME SB 338
Minimum Order Quantity 10kg
Price USD13/kg
Packaging Details Stardard export package
Delivery Time 15-30days
Payment Terms L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram,paypal
Supply Ability 2000kgs/month

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high resistance to corrosion

non-magnetic traits

unique density

good heat transfer

high melting point

high tensile strength





seamless pipe/tube

Grade: Gr1, Gr2, Gr7, Gr9, Gr11, Gr12, Gr16 etc

Outer diameter: 3~110mm

Wall thickness: 0.1~5.5mm

Length: ≤19000mm


welded pipe/tube

Grade: Gr1, Gr2, Gr7, Gr9, Gr11, Gr12, Gr16 etc

Outer diameter: 10~1000mm

Wall thickness: 0.5~5.5mm

Length: ≤19000mm

Standard ASTM B338/ASME SB338, ASTM B337/ASME SB337, ASTM B861/ASME SB861, ASTM B862/ASME SB862,AMS4911,AMS4928
Material Gr1, Gr2, Gr5, Gr7, Gr9, Gr11, Gr12, etc
Surface Treatment Pickling, polished, bright finish etc.

1.Low Density and High Strength

2.Excellent Corrosion Resistance

3.Good resistance to effect of heat

4.Excellent Bearing to cryogenic property

5.Nonmagnetic and Non-toxic

6.Good thermal properties

7.Low Modulus of Elasticity





For many years now, titanium has shown that it an indispensable material. It has become very valuable in the aircraft industry, chemical processing plants, gas and oil production, and many more.


Titanium can easily be fabricated, welded, and formed to make it useful in a number of industrial operations. Titanium tubes are an example of how titanium can be rendered to become functional today.


Titanium tube and pipes come in different grades of titanium alloys and pure titanium.


There are 38 titanium grades identified today that have passed the standards of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) B-338 and the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) B-338. Some of these approved titanium grades for pressurized service are 1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 11, 12, 16, 17, 26 (TIRU-26TM), and 27 (TIRU-27TM). Among them, grade 2 titanium is most frequently used, especially for power plant surface condensers.


Examples of titanium alloy grades used for titanium tubing are Alloy Ti 3AI/2.5V and Alloy Ti 6Al/4V.