Features of Different Titanium Grades

Titanium Grade 1

This is a non-alloyed, low strength titanium product containing low oxygen with high formability. This grade is used in airframes, heat exchangers and desalination units.

Titanium Grade 2

This is a non-alloyed, medium strength titanium product. This grade is used in airframes, aircraft engines, and marine equipment. This grade features good weldability and corrosion resistance.

Titanium Grade 3

This is a non-alloyed, high strength titanium product providing excellent corrosion resistance and good weldability. This grade is primarily used in airframes and aircraft engine parts.

Titanium Grade 4

This is the highest strength pure non-alloyed titanium product. This grade is used exclusively for aircraft components, marine equipment, surgical implants, and hydraulic tubing. It contains good formability and it is corrosion resistant.

Titanium Grade 5 (6Al – 4V)

This is an alloyed products containing 6% aluminum and 4% vanadium.

Titanium Grade 7

This is a non-alloyed medium strength product containing palladium in the range of 0.12% to 0.25%. It has superior corrosion resistance. This grade is mainly used for industrial applications.

Titanium Grade 9 (3Al – 2.5V)

This is an alloyed titanium product containing 3% aluminum and 2.5% vanadium.

Ti – 6AL – 2Sn – 4Zr – 2Mo (6-2-4-2)

This is an alloyed product containing 6% aluminum, 2% tin, 4% zirconium, and 2% molybdenum.

Ti – 6AL – 6V – 2Sn (6-6-2)

This is an alloyed product containing 6% aluminum, 6% vanadium, and 2% tin.

Ti – 5AL – 2.5Sn (5-2.5)

This is an alloyed product containing 5% aluminum and 2.5% tin.

Ti – 8AL-1V-1Mo (8-1-1)

This is an alloyed product containing 8% aluminum, 1% vanadium, and 1% molybdenum.