- Origin: Mainland China
- DIY Supplies: ELECTRICAL
Titanium clad copper is the main component of metal anode, which is coated with a certain thickness of titanium layer on copper. It combines the excellent conductivity of copper with the excellent corrosion resistance of titanium, and is mainly used in electrolysis, electroplating, hydrometallurgy and metal anode electrolytic cells under strong corrosion conditions.
Characteristics of titanium clad copper: it can not only ensure the original conductivity of copper, but also protect the copper from corrosion by covering with titanium, and greatly reduce the pollution of electroplating and electroplating solution.
1. Support strength: the yield strength of titanium copper composite reaches 135Mpa, and the tensile and shear strength reaches 180260mpa, which fully meets the production design requirements and reaches the support performance required by the anode during operation.
2. Corrosion resistance: the outer layer of the titanium copper composite rod is in direct contact with the electrolytic medium. The pure titanium in the outer layer has excellent corrosion resistance and its service life is more than 10 times longer than that of other material electrodes.
3. Energy saving: because the production process adopted can make titanium and copper closely combined without delamination, greatly reduce the pollution of electrolyte and electroplating solution, and greatly reduce the current resistance to 7.77 × 10-6 Ω, making the current smoother, thus saving energy consumption.
4. Improve the environmental protection effect: because the production process adopted can make titanium and copper closely combined, and liquid pollution caused by delamination will not occur. Because of the corrosion resistance of outer titanium, air and environmental pollution caused by oxidation will not occur, and the overall environmental pollution will be greatly reduced. We can produce different specifications of titanium clad copper and zirconium clad copper according to user requirements.