DAIKO Ti 12 is a highly corrosion resistant alloy containing small additions of
nickel and molybdenum, which increase the
strength of the alloy to give better mechanical properties than the commercially
pure grades. The presence of Ni and Mo alters the surface electrochemistry of the material in the crevice or under a surface deposit and it enhances corrosion resistance. It is an intermediate strength grade originally developed to provide enhanced crevice-corrosion resistance in high temperature brines, but at lower cost than Gr.7.
Gr. 12 titanium.
Single-phase and near single-phase
alpha alloys (compact hexagonal lattice-HCP).