FeTi comes from aluminothermic reduction or melted in the induction furnace method. It is produced using titanium scrap and low carbon iron scrap.
Steel manufacturing plants make use of FeTi alloy as stabilizers for the prevention of formation of chromium carbide at the grain boundaries. This can improve malleability in carbon steels, thereby increasing its versatility. It also serves the manufacture of low carbon steel for producing steel sheets. Foundries use FeTi for the fusing the molten metal with titanium to impart excellent strength and quality to it without interfering with other ratios.