Titanium alloys provide high strength-to-weight ratio and outstanding resistance to corrosion in the harshest working environments. Titanium Grades 2 and Grade 1 are highly corrosion resistant. With half the density of nickel alloys, stainless alloys and duplex / super duplex alloys, titanium offers a significant cost to weight ratio for key applications in markets which include : Aerospace, Oil & Gas, FPSO production vessels (floating production storage and offloading vessels), Power Generation, Desalination, Chemical Process, Bio-Medical, Motor Sport, Sports Equipment and many other markets where material performance is critical. Titanium Grade 5 would be commonly found in Oil & Gas Industries whereas Titanium Grade 9 can be found in Aerospace.
|Titanium Grade 1||R50250||B265 / B338 / B348||3.7025||9046||T-35|
|Titanium Grade 2||4902 / 4941 / 4942||R50400||B265 / B338 / B348||3.7035 / 3.7034||9046 / 9047||T40|
|Titanium Grade 5||4911 / 4920 / 4928||R56400||B265 / B338 / B348||3.7164 / 3.7165||9046 / 9047||T-A6V|
|Titanium Grade 7||R52400||B265|
|Titanium Grade 9||4943 / 4944 / 4945||R56320||B265|