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Titanium Datasheets 8 individual PDF documents available for viewing or download relating to our Titanium range of quality metal products

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■  Ti-6Al-4V (Grade 5)

Most commonly used high-strength titanium alloy (often referred to as 6-4 alloy) with excellent corrosion resistance in many environments. For aerospace, Oil & Gas, autosport and medical applications.
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■  Ti-3Al-2.5V (Grade 9)

Alloy of titanium with 3% aluminium and 2.5% vanadium. Lower strength than 6-4 (Grade 5) titanium but more formable/weldable. Greater strength than CP grades with high corrosion resistance. For tubing in aircraft, corrosion resistant pipes and vessels, recreational product
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■  Ti-6-2-4-2

High strength titanium alloy. Excellent mechanical strength, stability and creep resistance up to 550 deg. C. Used for jet engine compressors, airframe structures and racing engine components.
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■  Ti-6-2-4-6

High strength titanium alloy. Very high mechanical strength with good retention up to 450 deg. C. Used for components in gas turbine engines, racing engines and oil & gas production equipment.
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■  CP Grade 1

Commercially pure titanium. Unalloyed titanium combining useful mechanical strength and high corrosion resistance with optimum ductility and cold formability. For architecture, medical, automotive, chemical plant, Oil & Gas, brewing and marine applications.
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■  CP Grade 2

Commercially pure titanium. Most frequently employed unalloyed titanium combining moderate mechanical strength and high corrosion resistance with good ductility and excellent weldability. For architecture, medical, automotive, chemical plant, Oil & Gas, brewing and marine applications.
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■  CP Grade 3

Commercially pure titanium. Unalloyed titanium combining good mechanical strength and high corrosion resistance with moderate ductility and excellent weldability. For architecture, medical, automotive, chemical plant, Oil & Gas, brewing and marine applications.
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■  CP Grade 4

Commercially pure titanium. Unalloyed titanium combining reasonably high mechanical strength and high corrosion resistance with good weldability. For architecture, medical, automotive, chemical plant, Oil & Gas, brewing and marine applications.
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