Titanium & Alloy

dot  Titanium Grade 2

 

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Titanium Grade 2 is a pure titanium undergoes an allotropic transformation from the hexagonal close-packed alpha phase to the body-centered cubic beta phase at a temperature of 882.5°C(1620.5°F)

CP Titanium Grade 2 is commercially pure, or CP, titanium is unalloyed. At service temperature it consists of 100% hcp alpha phase. As a single-phase material, its properties are controlled by chemistry (iron and interstitial impurity elements) and grain size. CP Titanium is classified into Grades 1 through 4 depending on the yield strength and allowable levels of the elements iron, carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. CP Ti Grade 2 has a minimum yield strength of 275 Mpa (40 ksi) and relatively low levels of impurity elements, which places it between Grades 1 and 3 in terms of strength.

CP Titanium Grade 2 is widely used because it combines excellent formability and moderate strength with superior corrosion resistance. This combination of properties makes CP grade 2 titanium a candidate for a large variety of chemical and marine as well as aerospace and medical applications.
RELATED METALS:

Allvac 40

CP Grade 2

RMI 40

Timetal(r) 65A

Commercially Pure Grade 2

Timetal(r)65A

SPECIFICATIONS :

AMS 4902 ASTM B381 ASTM B338 DIN 3.7035
AMS 4941 ASTM F467 (Ti-2) ASTM B348 MIL T-9046
AMS 4942 ASTM F468 (2) ASTM B348 (2) MIL T-9047

UNS R50400

ASTM B265 ASTM F67 ASTM B337 ASTM F67 (2)

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Carbon 0.1 max
Hydrogen 0.015 max
Iron 0.3 max
Nitrogen 0.03 max
Oxygen 0.25 max
Titanium Balance

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features 

    This is the most commonly used and widely available grade of unalloyed titanium. The grade combines excellent corrosion resistance and weldability with good strength, ductility and formability. Beta Transus (F +/- 25) 1675.

  • Other Physical Props 

    Beta Transus (F +/- 25) 1675

  • Mechanical Data
    Form Sheet
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 70
    Tensile Strength 50
    Form Sheet
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 600
    Tensile Strength 30
    Yield Strength 18
    Elongation 37
    Reduction of Area 75
    Form Sheet
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 800
    Tensile Strength 26
    Yield Strength 15
    Elongation 25
    Reduction of Area 75
    Form Sheet
    Condition Test Specimen Annealed
    Temper 1000
    Tensile Strength 19
    Yield Strength 11
    Elongation 32
    Reduction of Area 75

     

  • Forms & shapesWire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Titanium Grade 5

 

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Titanium Grade 5 classed as an alpha-beta alloy, is the most widely used of the high strength titanium alloys. The alloy combines it good mechanical strength and low density (4.42 kg/dm3) with excellent corrosion resistance in many media. Grade 5 titanium is fully heat treatable (solution heat treatment plus aging) in sections up to 25mm and can be employed up to around 400°C.

Titanium alloy is the Ti6AI-4V, which has limited section size harden ability, is most commonly used in the annealed condition.
RELATED METALS:

No Related Metal names.

SPECIFICATIONS:

AMS 4909

AMS 4924

MIL F-83142

MIL T-81556

MIL T-9046

MIL T-9047

UNS R5452

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Element %
Aluminum 4.75 – 5.75
Carbon 0.08 max
Hydrogen 0.0125 max
Iron 0.25 max
Nitrogen 0.03 max
Oxygen 0.13 max
Tin 2 – 3
Titanium Balance

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design Features

    This non-heat treatable, alpha alloy combines good Weldability with stability and excellent strength from cryogenic through elevated temperatures. It is available at the mill level in sheet, strip, plate, bar, billet, extrusions and wire. Beta Transus (F +/- 25) 1900.

  • Other Physical Props

    Beta Transus (F +/- 25) 1900

  • Forms & shapes

    Wire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.

dot  Titanium Grade 9

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Titanium Grade 9 is also known as Ti Grade 9. Its strength falls between Grade 4 and Grade 5 titanium. It has good corrosion resistance and is used in aerospace and industrial applications. Other common uses include bicycle frames, wheel chair frames, tennis rackets and ski poles.
RELATED METALS:

3Al-2.5V

RMI 3Al-2.5V(tm)

Timetal(r) 3-2.5

Timetal(r) 3-2.5(tm)

SPECIFICATIONS:

AMS 4943 ASTM B348 (9) PWA 1260 ASTM B337 (9)
AMS 4944 ASTM B381 (9) UNS R56320 ASTM B338 (9)
ASTM B265 (9) DMS 2241 MIL T-9047
MIL T-9046 GE B50TF117

CHEMISTRY DATA :

Element %
Aluminum 2.5 – 3.5
Carbon 0.05 max
Hydrogen 0.013 max
Iron 0.3 max
Nitrogen 0.02 max
Oxygen 0.12 max
Titanium Balance
Vanadium 2 – 3
Yitrium 0.005 max

GENERAL INFORMATION :

  • Principal Design FeaturesKey attributes of this alloy include 30-40 improved strength over commercially pure grades and excellent corrosion resistance, formability and Weldability. Commonly available from both distributors and mill sources. Beta Transus (F +/-25) 1715. In the cold worked, stress relieved condition, 3-2.5 tube product can obtain tensile up to 125,000, yield up to 105,000 and elongation up to 15 %.
  • ApplicationsPrincipally used for tubing in aircraft and engine hydraulic systems, this alloy is also found in golf clubs, tennis rackets and performance bicycles.
  • Other Physical PropsBeta Transus (F +/-25) 1715
  • Other Mechanical PropsIn the cold worked, stress relieved condition, 3-2.5 tube product can obtain tensile up to 125,000, yield up to 105,000 and elongation up to 15 %.
  • Forms & shapesWire, Sheet, Plate, Strip, Round Bars, Hexagonal, Flats, Square, Angle, Channel, Blanks, Tubes, Billets, Pipes, Pipe Fittings, Forging Rings, Special Shape Forgings, Fasteners Etc.
dot  Titanium

 

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Since the introduction of Titanium alloys in the early 1950s, these materials have in a relatively short time backbone materials for the aerospace, energy, and chemical industries. The combination of high strength-to-weight ratio, excellent mechanical properties, and corrosion resistance makes titanium the best material choice for many critical applications. Today, titanium alloys are used for demanding applications such as static and rotating gas turbine engine components. Some of the most critical and highly-stressed civilian & military airframe parts are made of these alloys. The most widely used titanium alloy is the Ti6AI-4V, which has limited section size harden ability, is most commonly used in the annealed condition.

Titanium alloy is the Ti6AI-4V, which has limited section size harden ability, is most commonly used in the annealed condition.

Following are the available grades in Titanium
Gr.1 Gr.5 Gr.10
Gr.2 Gr.7 Gr.11
Gr.3 Gr.8 Gr.12
Gr.4 Gr.9 Gr.23

Forms & Shapes:

Wire, sheet, plate, strip, round bars, hexagonal, flats, square, angle, channel, blanks, tubes, billets, pipes, pipe fittings, forging rings, special shape forgings, fasteners etc.

Specifications of Titanium:

AMS 4900 AMS 4928 AMS 4978
AMS 4901 AMS 4930 AMS 4979
AMS 4902 AMS 4936 ASTM-B-265
AMS 4907 AMS 4941 ASTM-B-337
AMS 4909 AMS 4942 ASTM-B-348
AMS 4910 AMS 4965 ASTM-B-381
AMS 4911 AMS 4966 MIL
AMS 4918 AMS 4967
AMS 4924 AMS 4971