Titanium

Stainless designation Standard designations International standards Form Description
Titanium
T35 ASTM B 265StripOutstanding ductility, grain size controlled for deep-drawing applications, biocompatible
T40Titanium Grade 2
ASTM F 67 Grade 2
ASTM B 265, AMS 4902
ISO 5832-2UNS R 50400
Strip
Bar
Outstanding formability, high strength similar to that of austenitic stainless steel. Excellent biocompatibility
T55Titanium Grade 3
UNS R 50550
ASTM B 265
AMS 4900
StripHigher strength than T40
T70Titanium Grade 4
UNS R 50700
ASTM B 265
AMS 4901
StripPure titanium grade with the highest strength
Titanium Alloys
Ti3-2.5Titanium Grade 9
UNS R 56320
ASTM B 264StripAlpha beta alloy, suitable for welding. Higher strength can be achieved through cold reduction
Ti15-3-3-3  StripBeta metastable alloy that can be heat treated after processing to achieve high strength. Good formability.
Ti Bêta 21 SGrade 21 StripBeta metastable alloy combining good oxidation resistance, reasonable strength at high temperatures and good creep characteristics.
Ti-6Al4V ELITA6V ELIASTM F 136
ISO 5832-3
BarExcellent biocompatibility. High specific strength (strength/density ratio)

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