Titanium alloys are a combination of titanium and other elements, and this metal is well-known for its high strength and toughness.
Titanium is often used in aerospace equipment, medical equipment, race cars, and other products that are constant under stress. With its durable and lightweight properties, it is often the metal of choice for things demanding high quality material. It is highly corrosion resistant and has a high strength to density ratio.
Applications of Titanium
Titanium is easily alloyed with other metals like iron, aluminum, and molybdenum. Thus, by combining it with other metals, it can produce lightweight and strong alloys which are used in applications such as military equipment. Other industries that may also need titanium include:
- Medical prosthetics and instruments
- Agri-food production
- Aerospace engines
- Automotive engines
- Gas and oil exploration
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Titanium alloy has become an in-demand metal worldwide, with a primary application in aerospace and aircraft construction.
Titanium grades possess varying mechanical properties from light weight to high strength to high corrosion resistance making it one of the most significant metals in industrial manufacturing. Titanium grades are known to exhibit excellent mechanical properties highly required in applications such as withstanding the high-temperature environments of aircraft engines.
We are able to stock titanium products in multiple grades, carefully evaluated and categorized with their properties and designated uses.
|TITANIUM ALLOY GRADE||DESCRIPTION||APPLICATION|
|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, medical|
|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|
Titanium Alloy Round Bars
With their ductile and luster properties, titanium round bars are a special kind of metal that have a variety of specific applications.
Advance Grinding Services provides Titanium Round Bars for many industrial fields such as military, aerospace, automotive, medical prostheses, dental instruments, agri-food, orthopedic implants, sporting goods, jewelry, dental implants, mobile phones, industrial process, and other applications.
Titanium is alloyed out from aluminum, iron, vanadium, and molybdenum, and other things to become low-weight but high-strength material. Like other steel materials, titanium round bars are highly corrosion resistant and have good electrical conductivity.
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Titanium Alloy Round Bars Stock Sizes
|0.187 inches4.7498 mm|
|1/4 inches6.35 mm|
|0.312 inches7.9248 mm|
|3/8 inches9.525 mm|
|0.437 inches11.0998 mm|
|1/2 inches12.70 mm|
|0.562 inches14.2748 mm|
|5/8 inches15.875 mm|
|0.687 inches17.4498 mm|
|3/4 inches19.05 mm|
|0.812 inches20.6248 mm|
|7/8 inches22.225 mm|
|0.937 inches23.7998 mm|
|1 inches25.40 mm|
|1.062 inches26.9748 mm|
|1 1/8 inches28.575 mm|
|1.187 inches30.1498 mm|
|1 1/4 inches31.75 mm|
|1.312 inches33.3248 mm|
|1.375 inches34.925 mm|
|1.437 inches36.4998 mm|
|1 1/2 inches38.10 mm|
|1.562 inches39.6748 mm|
|1 5/8 inches41.275 mm|
|1 3/4 inches44.45 mm|
|1.812 inches46.0248 mm|
|1 7/8 inches47.625 mm|
|1.937 inches49.1998 mm|
|2 inches50.80 mm|
|2.062 inches52.3748 mm|
|2.125 inches53.975 mm|
|2 1/4 inches57.15 mm|
|2.375 inches60.325 mm|
|2.500 inches63.5 mm|
|2.562 inches65.0748 mm|
|2.625 inches66.675 mm|
|2.750 inches69.85 mm|
|2.875 inches73.025 mm|
|3 inches76.20 mm|
|3.125 inches79.375 mm|
|3 1/4 inches82.55 mm|
|3.375 inches85.725 mm|
|3 1/2 inches88.90 mm|
|3.625 inches92.075 mm|
|3.750 inches95.25 mm|
|4 inches101.6 mm|
|4.250 inches107.95 mm|
|4.500 inches114.3 mm|
|5.000 inches127 mm|
|5.500 inches139.7 mm|
|6.000 inches152.4 mm|
|6.500 inches165.1 mm|
|7.000 inches177.8 mm|
|7.500 inches190.5 mm|
|8.000 inches203.2 mm|
|8.500 inches215.9 mm|
|9.000 inches228.6 mm|
|9.500 inches241.3 mm|
|10.000 inches254 mm|
The Basics of Aluminum Alloy
Aluminum is the most abundant metal in Earth’s crust after silicon and oxygen. It has a silvery-white appearance and contains a lot of valuable mechanical properties. It possesses 60% of the electrical conductivity of copper, with much lower density, making it a lightweight material perfect for aircraft and aerospace construction.
Pure aluminum is soft and ductile, but it can be strengthened when it is alloyed with other elements like magnesium, copper, and silicon. Such alloys possess better corrosion resisting properties, with a protective oxide coating that is achieved and enhanced through the process of anodization. Their lightweight and non-toxic mechanical properties enable them to be easily machined and cast. One good thing about aluminum is that it is recyclable, which can save considerable amounts of energy. They only need to undergo a melting process in order for them to be reused.
Aluminum alloys have low density, therefore, they are lightweight which is one of the key factors to consider in constructing an aircraft and its vital parts. Other important properties they possess are malleability, high strength, easy machining, good electrical and thermal conductivity, and excellent corrosion resistance.
Aluminum in the Aviation Industry
80 percent of commercial transport aircraft frames are made up of aluminum. This alloy is the top choice for the construction of aircraft and parts like wings and fuselage. Most navy aircraft are mainly made of fabricated aluminum. The focus on aluminum casting technology is continuing to earn recognition with its countless advantages in forming complex parts for aircraft structure. With a low manufacturing cost, Aluminum Alloy is the top choice for incorporating innovative and complicated design concepts in the aviation industry.
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