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Titanium


Titanium is 30% stronger than steel, but is nearly 50% lighter. Titanium is 60% heavier than aluminum, but twice as strong. Titanium has excellent strength retention to 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Titanium is alloyed with aluminum, manganese, iron, molybdenum and other metals to increase strength, to withstand high temperatures, and to lighten the resultant alloy. Titanium’s high corrosion resistance is also a valuable characteristic; as when exposed to the atmosphere, titanium forms a tight, tenacious oxide film that resists many corrosive materials, particularly salt water.

Titanium

In the 1950s, the titanium metal industry was established primarily in response to the emerging aerospace industry, which used it in the manufacture of airframe structural components and skin, aircraft hydraulic systems, air engine components, rockets, missiles, and spacecraft, where these properties are invaluable. The military also uses titanium in its guided missiles and in artillery. Other practical applications have evolved over time such as shipbuilding: in submarines, ship’s propellers, shafts, rigging, and other highly corrosive parts. Titanium is being increasingly utilized for medical applications due to its lightweight, its strength, and its hypoallergenic properties, as titanium is also nickel free. Titanium products are becoming increasingly utilized in other industries as well, from petrochemical applications to sporting goods.

SHEET, PLATE & COIL
Sizes: Sheet & Plate

.012?to 4.00 X r/w X R/L

Sizes: Coil .001 to .011 x R/W x R/L

? GRADE SPECIFICATIONS
6AL-4V, 6AL-4V ELI AMS-4911, 4907,4905, MIL-T-9046, ASTM-F136
DMS-1592, GM-3103,12TM-B265
6AL-2SN-4ZR-2MO AMS,4919, MIL-T-9046, DMS-2275, AMS-T-9046
GM-3104, B50TF21
6AL-6V-2SN AMS-4918, MIL-T-9046, DMS-1879, AMS-T-9046
5AL-2.55N, 5-2.5 ELI AMS-4909, 4910, MIL-T-9046, AMS-T-9046
BAL-IMO-1V AMS-4915, 4916, DMS-1784
CP-GRADES 1,2,3,4 AMS-4900, 4902
MIL-T-9046, AMS-T-9046, DMS-1536, ASTM-B265
15V-3CR-3SN-3AL AMS-4914

 

 

ROD, BAR & FORGINGS
Sizes: Sheet & Plate

Full Range of sizes in all grades

? GRADE SPECIFICATIONS
6AL-4V, 6AL-4V ELI AMS-4928, 4930,4965, 4967, MIL-T-9047, AMS-T-9047,
ASTM-F-367
6AL-2SN-4ZR-2MO AMS04975, MIL-T-9047, AMS-T-9047
6AL-6V-25SN AMS-4978, MIL-T-9047, AMS-T-9047
5AL-2.55N AMS-4926, 4966, MIL-T-9047, AMS-T-9047, B50TF22
8AL-1MO-IV AMS-4972, 4973, MIL-T-9047, AMS-T-9047
CP-GRADES 1,2,3,4,7 AMS-4921, MIL-9047, ASTM-B-348, ASTM-F-67

 

 

TUBING
Sizes: Sheet & Plate

Full Range of sizes in all grades

? GRADE SPECIFICATIONS
CP-GRADES 2,3,4 AMS-4941, 4942, BMS-7-21, DMS-1872, 1874, 1898
3AL-2.5V AMS-4943, 4944, 4945, DMS-2241, B50TF35,
PWA-1260

 

 

EXTRUSIONS
Sizes: Sheet & Plate

Full Range of sizes in
all grades

? GRADE SPECIFICATIONS
6AL-4V AMS-4934, 4935, MIL-T-81556
6AL-6V-25N AMS-4937, MIL-T-81556
8AL-IV-IMO AMS-4933

 

 

COMMERCIALLY PURE TITANIUM SHEET
????????????????????????????. ? GRADE BRITISH
STANDARD
FRANCE GERMAN
AEROSPCE
GR.1 BS 2TA 1 T-35 3.7024
GR.2 BS 2TA 2 T-40 3.7034
GR.3 DTD5023 T-50 3.7054
GR.4 BS 2TA 6 T-60 3.7064

 

Titanium Grade 1 is an unalloyed, low strength titanium product containing low oxygen with high formability; this titanium grade is used in airframes, heat exchangers and desalination units.

 

Titanium Grade 2 is an unalloyed, medium strength titanium product. This titanium grade is used in airframes, aircraft engines, and marine parts; good weldability and corrosion resistance are its distinguishing characteristics.

 

Titanium Grade 3 is an unalloyed, high strength, titanium product providing excellent corrosion resistance and good weldability. This titanium grade is primarily used in airframe and aircraft engine parts.

 

Titanium Grade 4 is the highest strength pure unalloyed titanium product. This titanium grade is used almost exclusively for airframe, aircraft engine parts, marine, surgical implants, hydraulic tubing. Good formability and corrosion resistance are its hallmark.

 

Titanium Grade 5 (6AL-4V) is an alloyed titanium product containing 6% Aluminum and 4% Vanadium; is a medium strength product. This titanium grade is predominantly used in airframe and turbine engine parts; and for use in surgical implants. Technical Info

 

Titanium 6AL – 4V ELI is an alloyed titanium product containing 6% Aluminum and 4% Vanadium, ELI (Extra Low Interstitial).

 

6AL–2Sn–4Zr–2Mo (6-2-4-2) is an alloyed titanium product containing 6% Aluminum, 2% Tin, 4% Zirconium, 2% Molybdenum.

 

6AL–6V–2Sn (6-6-2) is an alloyed titanium product containing 6% Aluminum, 6% Vanadium, 2% Tin.

 

5AL–2.5Sn & ELI (5-2.5) is an alloyed titanium product containing 5% Aluminum and 2.5% Tin. Also ELI (Extra Low Interstitial).

 

8AL–1V–1Mo (8-1-1) is an alloyed titanium product containing 8% Aluminum, 1% Molybdenum and 1% Vanadium.

 

15V–3Cr–4AL–3Sn (15-3-3-3) is an alloyed titanium product containing 15% Vanadium, 3% Chromium, 4% Aluminum, 3% Tin.

 

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