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|Grade 2 Titanium||(available in Plate, Round, Sheet, Tube)|
|6Al-4V Titanium||(available in Round)|
|6Al-4V ELI Titanium||(available in Round)|
Grade 2 Titanium:
- Grade 2 titanium, in its annealed state, is a ductile metal with the approximate strength of 6061-T6 aluminum. It is used where corrosion resistance is an important criteria, or where operating temperatures preclude the use of aluminum.
|Grade 2 (a/k/a CP-2) Titanium|
|Minimum Properties||Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi||50,000|
|Yield Strength, psi||40,000 - 65,000|
|Rockwell Hardness||B70 - B90|
|Carbon (C)||0.1% max|
|Hydrogen (H)||0.015% max|
|Nitrogen (N)||0.03% max|
|Oxygen (O)||0.25% max|
6Al-4V (a/k/a Grade 5) Titanium:
This alloy of titanium shows a substantial strength improvement over aluminum, and is roughly twice as strong as 7075-T6 aluminum. It is also substantially harder to work and/or machine than Grade 2 titanium. Most machinists rate this material as slightly more difficult to machine than T-316L stainless steel, and recommend slow speeds and lots of lubrication.
|6Al-4V (a/k/a Grade 5) Titanium|
|Minimum Properties||Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi||138,000|
|Yield Strength, psi||128,000|
|Iron (Fe)||0.25% max|
|Oxygen (O)||0.2% max|
6Al-4V ELI (extra low interstitial) Titanium
The strength of this variant of 6Al-4V is slightly lower than its parent alloy, but it has improved fracture toughness and fatigue strength characteristics. It is also bio-compatible, and is often used in jewelry for body piercings.
|6Al-4V ELI (extra low interstitial) Titanium|
|Minimum Properties||Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi||125,000|
|Yield Strength, psi||115,000|
|Iron (Fe)||0.14% max|
|Oxygen (O)||0.13% max|