What are different grades of titanium?

- Oct 28, 2019-

CP Titanium – Commercially Pure Titanium


Titanium CP4 – Grade 1

Commercially Pure Titanium Grade 1 is the softest titanium and has the highest ductility. It has good cold forming characteristics and provides excellent corrosion resistance. It also has excellent welding properties and high impact toughness.

Applications

Architecture, Automotive Desalination, Dimensional Stable Anodes, Medical, Marine, Processing & Chlorate Manufacturing

 

Titanium CP3 – Grade 2

Commercially Pure Titanium Grade 2 has moderate strength and excellent cold forming properties. It provides excellent welding properties and has excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion.

Applications

Aerospace, Automotive, Chemical Processing & Chlorate Manufacturing, Desalination, Architecture, Hydro Carbon Processing, Marine, Medical, Power Generation 

 

Titanium CP2 – Grade 3

Commercially Pure Titanium Grade 3 is stronger and less formable than Titanium Grades 1 and 2. It is used in Aerospace and industrial applications that require moderate strength. Grade 3 titanium has excellent corrosion resistance.

 

Applications 

Aerospace, Architecture, Automotive, Chemical Processing & Chlorate Manufacturing, Desalination, Hydro Carbon Processing, Marine, Medical, Power Generation,

 

Titanium CP1 – Grade 4

Commercially Pure Titanium Grade 4 is stronger than CP Grades 2 & 3 – it can be cold formed, but has lower ductility. It has excellent corrosion resistance in a wide variety of environments. Grade 4 titanium is commonly used in Aerospace, Industrial and Medical applications where high strength is needed.

 

Applications

Aerospace, Chemical process, Industrial, Marine, Medical

 

Titanium Grade 7

Titanium Grade 7 has physical and mechanical properties equivalent to CP3 titanium or Grade 2. It has excellent welding and fabrication properties and is extremely resistant to corrosion especially from reducing acids.

 

Applications

Chemical Processing, Desalination, Power generation

 

Titanium Grade 11 – CP Ti-0.15Pd

Titanium Grade 11 is highly resistant to corrosion has similar physical and mechanical properties to Titanium CP Grade 2.

 

Applications 

Chemical processing, Desalination Power generation, Industrial

 

Titanium Grade 5 – Titanium 6Al-4V

Titanium Grade 5 alloy is the most commercially available of all titanium alloys. It offers an excellent combination of high strength and toughness. Grade 5 titanium has good welding and fabrication characteristics.

 

Applications 

Aerospace, Chemical Processing, Marine, Medical 

 

Titanium Grade 6 – Titanium 5Al-2.5Sn

Titanium Grade 6 alloy offers good weldability, stability and strength at elevated temperatures.

 

Applications

Aerospace


Titanium Grade 9 – Titanium 3Al-2.5V

Titanium Grade 9 has medium strength that falls between Grade 4 and Grade 5. It has excellent corrosion resistance and is used in Aerospace and Industrial applications. Grade 9 Titanium can be used at higher temperatures than Grades 1 through 4. Grade 9 titanium has good cold rolling properties.

 

Applications 

Aerospace, Automotive, Chemical processing, Consumer applications, Marine, Medical, Transportation 


Titanium Grade 12 – Ti-0.3-Mo-0.8Ni

This Titanium Grade 12 alloy is similar to Titanium Grades 2 and 3 except that Titanium Grade 12 has 0.3% molybdenum and 0.8% nickel. This offers enhanced corrosion resistance.

 

Applications 

Chemical processing, Desalination, Power generation, Industrial

 

Titanium Grade 19 – Titanium Beta C

Titanium Grade 19 has very high strength and can be heat treated. It offers good resistance to stress and corrosion.


Applications

Aerospace Automobile 

 

Titanium Grade 23 – Titanium 6Al-4V ELI

Titanium Grade 23 is similar to Grade 5 but has lower oxygen, nitrogen and iron. It has better ductility and fracture toughness than Titanium Grade 5.

 

Applications 

Aerospace, Chemical Processing, Marine, Medical