Titanium grades have distinct properties that are fitted for important applications in industrial manufacturing.
Titanium comes in a vast array of grades, each differs in element content, featured properties, and strength that may be suitable for exact use.
Titanium grades undergo a very select process and evaluation to match their designated applications in varying industries.
Forte Precision Metals includes the production of titanium from different grades.
Please see the table below for more information about titanium grades and applications.
|Titanium CP4 – Grade 1||Softest titanium; has the highest ductility and good cold forming characteristics||Automotive desalination, medical, architecture, dimensionally stable anodes, processing & chlorate manufacturing, marine|
|Titanium CP3 – Grade 2||has moderate strength and good cold forming characteristics; also has good welding properties and corrosion and oxidation corrosion||Chemical processing, automotive, aerospace, desalination, marine, architecture, power generation, marine|
|Titanium CP2 – Grade 3||stronger and less formable; has excellent corrosion resistance||Used in industrial and aerospace applications|
|Titanium CP1 – Grade 4||commercially pure titanium; has lower ductility; can be cold formed; corrosion resistant||Chemical process, medical, aerospace, marine, and industrial|
|Titanium Grade 7||has mechanical and physical properties similar to CP3; has excellent fabrication and welding properties||Power generation, desalination, chemical processing|
|Titanium Grade 11 – CP ti-0.15 Pd||Highly resistant corrosion; has the same mechanical and physical properties to titanium grade 2||Industrial, desalination, chemical processing, and power generation|
|Titanium Grade 5 – Titanium 6Al-4V||Most commercially available alloy; has combined toughness and high strength; has good fabrication and welding properties||Marine, chemical processing, aerospace, medica|
|Titanium Grade 6 – Titanium 5Al – 2.5Sn||Has good strength, weldability, and stability at elevated temperatures||Aerospace|
|Titanium Grade 9 – Titanium 3Al – 2.5V||Has medium strength and excellent corrosion resistance; also has great cold rolling properties||Chemical processing, marine, consumer applications, automotive, aerospace, transportation, and medical|
|Titanium Grade 12 – Ti-0.3-M.o-0.8Ni||Has enhanced corrosion resistance||Power generation, industrial, desalination, chemical processing|
|Titanium Grade 19 – Titanium Beta C||Has high strength; offers good stress and corrosion resistance; can be heat treated||Marine, chemical processing, aerospace, medical|
|Titanium Grade 23 – Titanium 6Al-4V ELI||Has lower oxygen, iron, and nitrogen; has better fracture toughness and ductility||Marine, chemical processing, aerospace, medical|
|Titanium 6Al-6V-2Sn – Titanium 6-6-2||Has excellent creep resistance, stability, and strength||Turbine compressor, gas, aerospace, engine afterburner|
|Titanium 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo – Titanium 6-2-4-2||An Alpha Beta Alloy; heat treatable;||Jet engine parts, rocket engine cases, airframe components, ordinance components|
|Titanium 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo – Titanium 6-2-4-6||Workhorse alloy; fully heat treatable; has combined strength and good corrosion resistance||Airframe components, power generation applications, aerospace engines, marine applications|
|Titanium 8Al-1Mo-1V – Titanium 8-1-1||Has the lowest density and the lowest modules; has good creep resistance and ratio stiffness||Jet engine parts and airframe parts|
|Titanium 10V-2Fe-3Al||Heat treatable alloy; easily formed and weldable||Compressor blades, wheels and spacers, airframe components, disks|
|Titanium 15V-3Cr-3Sb-3Al||Metastable-beta alloy; age-hardenable and cold-formable; an excellent alloy for casting||Airframe applications, high strength hydraulic tubing, fasteners, aerospace tank applications|