Titanium has an extremely high specific strength, with its weight only 57% that of steel in an equivalent volume. Its strength is also equal to heat treated iron-carbon alloys.
However, since titanium alloy has a high cost and machining difficulty, it is not the most commonly used material for fasteners. Titanium alloy, however, has an outstanding corrosion resistance under hostile environments, making it ideal for use to produce thread fasteners for chemical engineering, aerospace and other fields.
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