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  • Titanium Bar CP-GR1 GR2

  • Titanium Bar CP-GR1 GR2

  • Titanium Bar CP-GR1 GR2

  • Titanium Bar CP-GR1 GR2

  • Titanium Bar CP-GR1 GR2

Titanium Bar CP-GR1 GR2

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China titanium bar Gr2 has excellent strength, hardness, light weight, light weight, high temperature resistance, low temperature resistance, good mechanical processing performance, excellent corrosion resistance, non-magnetic and non-toxic, and good heat transfer performance. At the same time, it has memory and superconductivity. Its hydrogen storage performance is outstanding. Titanium rods are widely used in navigation, aerospace, vacuum salt, automotive industry, medical sports, paper and textile industry, power industry, metallurgical industry, chlor-alkali industry, fertilizer industry, and seawater desalination industry.

titanium welding wire is a disk or single wire product obtained by drawing titanium and titanium alloy wire blanks (a disk or a single root).

Titanium welding wire has a series of excellent properties unmatched by other metal materials, so it has developed rapidly in recent years and has been rapidly and widely used in high-tech fields such as aerospace military. All countries in the world attach great importance to the research and development of titanium alloys, and constantly develop new titanium alloy materials to expand the application of titanium and titanium alloys.


Material: pure titanium, titanium alloy
Shape: round, flat, hexagonal
Processing method: forged, rolled, machined
Standard: ASTM B348, ASME SB348, ASTM F67, ASTM F136, ISO5832

Grade on pure titanium: Gr1, Gr2, Gr3, Gr4

Grade on titanium alloy: Gr5, Gr6, Gr7, Gr9, Gr11, Gr12, Gr23

Diameter: 3-200mm

Length: 100-3000mm

GS-METAL Additional information: diameter tolerance and bar length dimensions are based on customer requirements.If you have specific requirements, please let us know and we will ensure that the titanium supplied meets your expectations.

Features Of Titanium Grades:

UNALLOYED TITANIUM
Unalloyed titanium typically contains between 99%-99.5% titanium, with the balance being made up of iron and the interstitial impurity elements hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon, and oxygen. The microstructure of unalloyed titanium consists of grains of alpha phase, with the possibility of small amounts of beta phase. The grades of titanium are generally less expensive, and are easier to fabricate than alloyed, and generally stronger grades of titanium.
ALPHA AND NEAR-ALPHA ALLOYS
Titanium alloys have a fully alpha structure only if they contain alpha stabilizers such as aluminum, tin, and oxygen. These elements also act as solid solution strengtheners. The typical all-alpha alloy is Ti-5Al-2.5Sn. Near-alpha alloys include Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V, Ti-6Al-2Sn-4Zr- 2Mo.
ALPHA-PLUS BETA ALLOYS
These alloys contain both alpha stabilizers and beta stabilizers. These alloys can be heat treated to develop a range of microstructures. The alpha-beta alloys are moderately heat treatable and weldable, while the alpha-beta alloys have greater hardenability, and thus can be through-hardened in thicker section by heat treatment, but are more difficult to weld. The most important alloy is Ti-6Al-4V. The alloys include Ti-6Al-6V-2Sn and Ti-6Al-2Sn- 4Zr-6Mo.
BETA ALLOYS
Beta alloys contain a balance of beta stabilizers to alpha stabilizers, which is sufficiently high that a fully beta phase microstructure can be retained on cooling. Their generally high strength, high toughness, and improved formability, as compared with alpha-beta alloys, provides an attractive combination of properties. However, processing and material costs are often quite high. Ti-3Al-8V-6Cr-4Zr-4Mo is an example of a commonly utilized beta alloy.
Titanium Grade 1: UNS R50250 (ASTM B265 / ASTM B337 / ASTM B338 / ASTM B348)
Commercially Pure Grade 1 is one of the softest and most ductile grades exhibiting the greatest formability. It has excellent corrosion resistance property and is used in wide variety of applications. This grade material is mainly used in Marine & chemical industries where the parts are subjected to very harsh environments. This material is also used for fabricating anodes for cathodic protection applications.
Titanium Grade 2: UNS R50400 (AMS 4902 /AMS 4941/ AMS 4942 /ASTM B265 /ASTM B337 /ASTM B338 /ASTM B348 )
ASTM B348 Grade 2
Grade: Commercially Pure Grade 2
Product Forms: Titanium and Titanium Alloy Bars and Billets
Please note, the ASTM B348 specification covers various Alloys. This Spec Sheet is only for the Alloy listed above.

Composition Analysis
Iron (Maximum): 0.30%Hydrogen (Maximum): 0.015%
Oxygen (Maximum): 0.25%Other Elements (Maximum, Each): 0.10%
Carbon (Maximum): 0.08%Other Elements (Total): 0.40%
Nitrogen (Maximum): 0.03%Titanium: Balance


Tensile Properties (Minimums)*
Tensile: 50 ksiElongation: 20%
Yield: 40 ksiReduction of Area: 30%


Commercially Pure Grade 2 is slightly stronger than Grade 1 but equally corrosion resistant against most applications. Grade 2 Extremely high resistance to oxidising or neutral media. Excellent resistance to sea water and solutions polluted by chlorides. Best strength to weight ratio in any corrosion resistant material. This grade is one of the most common Titanium Grades and is used for Heat Exchangers, Condenser Tubing & Bleaching plants in paper industry, offshore oil installation water pipe lines.
Titanium Grade 3: UNS R50550 (AMS 4900 / ASTM B337 / ASTM B338)
This CP3 grade unalloyed grade offers slightly higher mechanicals when compared with Commercially Pure Grade 2 while displaying similar ductility and formability.Generally used where corrosion resistance is a major design factor in chemical production components, marine and airframe applications.
Titanium Grade 4: AMS 4901 / AMS 4921 / ASTM B265 / ASTM B348
The highest strength pure unalloyed Titanium. High oxygen, extra high strength. Grade 4 displays the highest strength of all the unalloyed CP grades. It combines excellent corrosion resistance with good formability and weldability. While mill availability is not a problem, distributor availability is limited and should be a consideration in alloy selection. Mainly used in hydraulic and instrumentation tubing. Generally chosen for its corrosion resistance in a variety of chemical process equipment as well as marine and airframe applications.
Titanium Grade 5: UNS R56400 (AMS 4911 / AMS 4920 / AMS 4928 / ASTM B265)

ASTM B348 Grade 5
Alloy: 6AL-4V (Grade 5)
Product Forms: Titanium and Titanium Alloy Bars and Billets
Please note, the ASTM B348 specification covers various Alloys. This Spec Sheet is only for the Alloy listed above.

Composition Analysis
Aluminum: 5.5 – 6.75%Nitrogen (Maximum): 0.05%
Vanadium: 3.5 – 4.5%Hydrogen (Maximum): 0.0125%
Iron (Maximum): 0.40%Other Elements (Maximum, Each): 0.10%
Oxygen (Maximum): 0.20%Other Elements (Total): 0.40%
Carbon (Maximum): 0.08%Titanium: Balance


Tensile Properties (Minimums)*
Tensile: 130 ksiElongation: 10%
Yield: 120 ksiReduction of Area: 25%


Ti-6al-4v is the most commonly used Titanium Grade, its high strength; lightweight and corrosion resistance enables this grade to be used in many applications. The Industries for which this material is generally used are Aerospace, Marine, Medical and Chemical Processing.This non-magnetic alpha-beta alloy is the workhorse alloy of the titanium industry. The alloy is fully heat treatable in section sizes up to 15mm and is used up to approximately 4000C (7500F). Since it is the most commonly used alloy over 70% of all alloy grades melted are a sub-grade of Ti6Al4V, its uses span many aerospace airframe and engine component uses and also major non-aerospace applications in the marine, offshore and power generation industries in particular.
Biocompatibility: Excellent, especially when direct contact with tissue or bone is required. Ti-6Al-4V's poor shear strength makes it undesirable for bone screws or plates. It also has poor surface wear properties and tends to seize when in sliding contact with itself and other metals. Surface treatments such as nitriding and oxidizing can improve the surface wear properties.
Titanium Grade 6: 5Al 2.5Sn UNS R52400 (ASTM B265/ASME SB-265/AMS 4910/AMS 4926)
Titanium 5-2.5 offers high temperature stability, strength, oxidation and creep resistance.
Titanium Grade 7: UNS R52400 (ASME SB-265/ASME SB-348)
Commercially Pure Grade 7 is very similar to Grade 2 but with a Palladium content. This content enables this material to be used in very low Temperatures. Applications are Power Generation and Chemical Processing.
Titanium Grade 8: UNS R56320 (ASTM B265 / AMS 4943 / AMS 4944 / AMS 4945)
Ti-3Al-2.4V has exceptional corrosion resistance and can be used in higher temperatures that Grade 1 through to Grade 4. The grade has many applications in Aerospace, Medical, Marine, Automotive, Transportation and Chemical Processing.

Basic information for titanium bar


Grade Contrast
ChinaCompositionAmericaRussiaJapan
TA1Industrially Pure TitaniumGR1BT1-00TP270
TA2GR2BT1-0TP340
TA3GR3
TP450
TA4GR4
TP550
TC4Ti-6Al-4VGR5BT6TAP6400
TA7
GR6

TA9Ti-0.2PdGR7
TP340Pb
TA18Ti-3Al-2.5VGR90T4-1BTAP3250
TA9-1
GR11

TA10Ti-0.3Mo-0.8NiGR12

TB5Ti-15V-3Al-3Gr-3SnTi-15333

TC4ELITi-6Al-4VELIGR23


Mechanical Properties



     Grade


     Status

Tensile Strength

Yield Strength

Elongation

Reduct Of Area

Ksi

Mpa

Ksi

Mpa

%

GR1

Annealed

35

240

25

170

24

30

GR2

50

345

40

275

20

30

GR3

65

450

55

380

18

30

GR4

80

550

70

483

15

25

GR5

130

895

120

828

10

25

GR6

120

828

115

483

15

25

GR7

50

345

40

275

20

30

GR9

90

620

70

483

15

25

GR11

35

240

25

170

24

30

GR12

70

483

50

345

18

25

GR23
     (TI-6AL-4VELI)

125

860

115

795

10

25

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