Titanium

 (Ti)

Titanium is a light grey metal with low density, high strength and an excellent corrosion and heat resistance. According to the Greek mythology, in 1795 the chemist Heinrich Klaproth named the newly discovered element "Titanium". The extraction is made for example from the minerals Ilmenite, Rutile, Leukoxene or Anatase. Significant resources can be found in Australia, Canada, Brazil, Norway and South Africa.

Significant Characteristics and Applications:
  • excellent corrosion resistance
  • good machinability
  • high ductility, good workability (pure Ti)
  • good weldability
  • light weight
  • Ti-alloys feature with very high strength
Used for tank tubing, piping, heat exchanging devices for the chemical industry, instruments and implants for the medical technology, structural components for aerospace, wear resistant coatings and others.

Important Alloys:
  • Ti Grade 1 – low oxygen content
  • Ti Grade 2 – standard oxygen content
  • Ti Grade 3 – medium oxygen content
  • Ti Grade 4 – high oxygen content
  • Ti6Al4V Grade 5 – Titanium-Aluminum-Vanadium
  • Ti6Al4V Grade 23 – Titanium-Aluminum-Vanadium ELI
ASTM Standard Specifications:
ASTM B265 (Titanium and Titanium Alloy - Strip, Sheet and Plate)
ASTM B348 (Titanium and Titanium Alloy - Bars and Billets)
ASTM B861 (Titanium and Titanium Alloy - Seamless Pipe)
ASTM B862 (Titanium and Titanium Alloy - Welded Pipe)
ASTM B863 (Titanium and Titanium Alloy - Wire)
ASTM F136 (Wrought Titanium-6Aluminium-4Vanadium ELI - Extra Low Interstitial for Surgical Implant Applications)


Range of Products:
Our focus is on special fabricated parts according to drawings. We have no stock for standard semi-finished material.