Enhanced performance: High-purity titanium targets offer higher purity, which can improve performance for applications such as thin film deposition and physical vapor deposition.
Improved Corrosion Resistance: High-purity titanium has higher corrosion resistance than lower-purity grades, which makes it suitable for use in corrosive environments.
Improved Chemical Reactivity: Compared to lower purity grades, high purity titanium targets have a higher chemical reactivity, which makes them suitable for chemical reactions and catalytic processes.
Higher Purity: Compared to lower purity grades, high purity titanium targets have a higher purity, which makes them suitable for applications where purity is important, such as the medical and aerospace industries.
Better Mechanical Properties: High-purity titanium targets typically have better mechanical properties, such as higher strength and ductility, than lower-purity grades. This makes them suitable for applications requiring high strength and ductility.
Extended Service Life: High purity titanium targets typically have a longer service life compared to lower purity grades due to their higher corrosion resistance and mechanical properties. In the long run, this reduces maintenance and replacement costs.