Titanium sponge is a porous, spongy form of titanium that is produced through a process called the Kroll process. This process involves reducing titanium tetrachloride (TiCl4) with magnesium to produce titanium sponge.

The process of making titanium sponge begins with the extraction of titanium ore, which is then converted into titanium tetrachloride. This substance is then cooled and reduced with magnesium in a reactor, resulting in the formation of titanium sponge.

A titanium sponge plant is a facility that specializes in the production of titanium sponge using the Kroll process. These plants typically have advanced equipment and technology to ensure that the production process is efficient, safe, and of high quality. They also employ skilled technicians and engineers to operate and maintain the equipment.

Titanium sponge is a vital raw material for the aerospace, defense, and medical industries due to its strength, durability, and corrosion resistance. It is also used in the production of other titanium products, such as titanium alloys and titanium metal.

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