Titanium-clad copper rod (also known as titanium-copper composite rod), as the name implies, is a bi-directional metal composite rod coated with a certain thickness of titanium layer on the circumference of the copper rod (usually using a thickness of 1.0mm-1.2mm), which is divided according to its cross-sectional geometry. Mainly round, flat, square, rectangular, drum, etc.
The performance of titanium-copper composite rod: Titanium-copper composite rod as the main component of metal anode, its role has the following three points:
A: Supporting the anode; the titanium-copper composite rod has certain strength and bending resistance, and the yield strength of the composite bar reaches 128 MPa, which fully meets the production design requirements.
Second: excellent electrical conductivity; using the explosion + rolling process to make the titanium copper can be completely tightly compounded, does not produce delamination and therefore has good electrical conductivity, the composite strength reaches 135Mpa, and the micro-resistance is 7.77×10-6Ω.
Third: corrosion resistance, the outer layer of the titanium-copper composite rod is directly in contact with the electrolytic medium, and the outer layer of pure titanium has excellent corrosion resistance (see the following table), and its life is more than 10 times longer than that of other material electrodes.