Ferrotitanium

Used in steelmaking as a cleaning agent for iron and steel; the titanium is highly reactive with sulfur, carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen, forming insoluble compounds and sequestering them in slag, and is therefore used for deoxidizing, and sometimes for desulfurization and denitrification. In steelmaking the addition of titanium yields metal with finer grain structure.
Typical Analysis
Product %Ti %Al %V %Si %C %S %Sn %P %N %O
70% Ferrotitanium
  Std. Grade (LC)
  HP Grade
 
68-73
68-73
 
5.5 Max
.50 Max
 
3.0 Max
.50 Max
 
.25 Max
.25 Max
 
.20 Max
.15 Max
 
.05 Max
.05 Max
 
.50 Max
.50 Max
 
.05 Max
.05 Max
 
.40 Max
 
 
1.0 Max
 
Product %Ti %Al %V %C %Sn %Cr %Ni
Titanium Pucks
  Ti-Pucks 85
  Ti-Pucks 90
 
85.0-88.0
87.0 Min
 
6.5 Max
8.0 Max
 
4.5 Max
4.5 Max
 
.50 Max
.15 Max
 
2.5 Max
.25 Max
 
1.0 Max
1.5 Max
 
1.0 Max
1.5 Max
Product %Si %Ti %Fe
Silicon-Titanium
  SiTi 50
 
46.0-51.0
 
48.0-53.0
 
1.0 Max
Product Standard Sizing
70% Ferrotitanium
  Std. Grade (LC)
 
 
 
  HP Grade
 
 
 
 
2″ X Down
1″ X Down
1/2″ X Down
12 Mesh X Down
2″ X Down
1″ X Down
1/2″ X Down
12 Mesh X Down
Titanium Pucks
  Ti-Pucks 85
  Ti-Pucks 90
 

Silicon-Titanium
  SiTi 50
 
 
 
1″ X Down
1″ X 1/4″
1/2″ X Down
1/4″ X 20 Mesh
20 Mesh X Down

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