Titanium has the superior properties of metal structural materials and has excellent corrosion resistance in many process media. Titanium is an excellent alternative material in many architectural applications, such as in exterior cladding, curtain wall, roof cladding, distillation tower outer layer, and top cover. Interior cladding, lamps and art sculptures and monuments. Titanium for construction has outstanding corrosion resistance, high strength, light weight and durability, and has a longer service life than any other metal and does not require maintenance. Therefore, titanium is the most practical in terms of design and development, especially in terms of life cycle.
The application of titanium and titanium alloy products in the construction field is also gradually expanding. The roof of the National Grand Theater is determined to use titanium-stainless steel composite panels, covering an area of 30,000 square meters. This is the first application of titanium in the construction field in China, which has created a precedent in the field of construction, which will certainly drive the titanium in the construction market of China. application. In fact, titanium has been used as a building material in Japan for more than 20 years. The Shrine of the Saga-cho in Oita Prefecture is the first building in Japan to use titanium plates as the roof, with an area of 50 square meters. In 1984, the Tokyo Electric Power Museum in Japan used titanium plates for roofing. This is the world's first large-area titanium material with an area of 750 square meters and a total of 1 ton of titanium. Titanium in European buildings has also developed rapidly. In 1997, the outer wall of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain, used titanium and used 80 tons of titanium. Abu Dhabi Airport expects to use 800 tons of titanium on roof and structural data. Many new projects have been included in the planning of the airport. For example, Paris Airways has planned to use titanium in two large world-class construction projects. In order to meet the engineering needs, Abu Dhabi Airport will use aviation-grade titanium rods and titanium alloy thick plates for structural frames. In addition, the exterior of the airport will be covered with titanium panels and glass. The special metallic luster of titanium has solved the corrosion problems in many heavily polluted areas, cities and coastal areas. Very compelling.