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Pure Titanium and Alloys

CP Titanium Grade 1: Ti Grade 1 is the softest titanium with the highest ductility, good cold formability which gives Ti Grade 1 an excellent resistance from mild to high oxidization.
Chemical Analysis of CP Titanium Grade 1 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.18Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.20Max





0. 4Max.Bal
CP Titanium Grade 2: Ti Grade 2 has moderate strength with excellent cold formability and weldability. It also has excellent resistance to high oxidization.
Chemical Analysis of CP Titanium Grade 2 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.25Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.30Max





0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Alloy Grade 5: Ti Grade 5 has very high strength but relatively low ductility. The main application of this alloy is in aviation and aerospace. Offshore use is growing. The alloy is weldable and can be precipitation hardened.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Alloy Grade 5 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.20Max.0.05Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.40Max5.5-6.753.5-4.5



0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Grade 7: Ti Grade 7 is the most corrosion-resistant titanium alloy that offers outstanding resistance to general and localized crevice corrosion in a wide range of oxidizing and reducing acid environments including chlorides. It has a good balance of moderate strength, reasonable ductility, and excellent weldability. Physical and mechanical properties are equivalent to that of Grade 2.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Grade 7 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.25Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.30Max



0.12-0.25
0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Alloy Grade 9: Ti Grade 9 is sometimes referred to as “half 6-4″. It offers 20-50% higher strength than C.P. grade but is more formable and weldable than Ti-6AI-4V. Grade 9 combines strength, weldability and formability. The alloy has excellent formability plus higher tensile strength than the strongest unalloyed grade.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Alloy Grade 9 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.15Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.25Max2.5-3.52.0-3.0



0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Grade 11: Ti Grade 11 is the same as Grade 1 but with Pd for better corrosion resistance. Grade 11 has optimum ductility and cold formability. It also has useful strength, high-impact toughness and excellent weldability.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Grade 11 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.18Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.20Max



0.12-0.25
0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Grade 12: Ti Grade 12 is highly weldable, exhibiting improved strength allowable at increased temperatures, combined with superior crevice corrosion resistance, and excellent resistance under oxidizing to mildly reducing conditions, especially chlorides.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Grade 12 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.25Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.30Max

0.6-0.90.2-0.4

0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Grade 16: Ti Grade 16 is corrosion-resistant material that offers outstanding resistance to general and localized crevice corrosion in a wide range of oxidizing and reducing acid environments including chlorides. It has a good balance of moderate strength, reasonable ductility and excellent weldability.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Grade 16 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.25Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.30Max



0.04-0.08
0. 4Max.Bal
Titanium Grade 17: Ti Grade 17 is the same as Grade 1 but with Pd for a better corrosion resistance. Grade 17 has optimum ductility and cold formability with useful strength, high-impact toughness and excellent weldability. It is very resistant to crevice corrosion.
Chemical Analysis of Titanium Grade 17 (weight %)
ONCHFeALVNiMoPdOthersResidualsTi
0.18Max.0.03Max0.08Max0.015Max.0.20Max



0.04-0.08
0. 4Max.Bal




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