Titanium Alloys

The unique and interesting chemical, mechanical and physical properties of titanium and related alloys leads to its use in a wide range of applications, such as Aerospace, Chemical processing, Oil & Gas, Electrochemical industry, Medical & surgical devices, Automotive industry, marine industry, desalination and desulphurization plants, food and pharmaceutical industry.

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Valbruna specialises in the production of the following grades:

Commercial pure grades:

Ti-Gr. 1: the very low content of oxygen creates a reduced tensile strength and high ductility as well as excellent corrosion resistance in bland reducing to strongly oxidazing environments.

  • Availability upon minimum production lot quantity

Ti-Gr. 2: This grade is considered the most commonly used in industrial service, offering a good combination of high corrosion and erosion resistance, good cold formability and excellent weldability. Compared to Ti-Gr.1 it shows a higher oxygen content and tensile strength.

Ti-Gr. 4: Among the commercial pure grades, this one shows the highest tensile, while ductility and cold formability are slightly reduced.

It is used for draft gears and components operating in marine environments.

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α – β Alloys: Titanium with other elements added

Ti-Gr. 5: Recommended for high mechanical resistance applications up to 350° -400°C, it combines an ideal set of properties: high tensile strength, low density, toughness and ductility, weldability and machinability comparable to austeni1ic stainless steel.

Suitable to solution and precipitation heat treatments.

Ti-Gr. 5 eli: Ti6Al4V with extra low interstitial elements content, with enhanced ductility, typically used in the non aged condition for maximum toughness. Widely used for cryogenic devices as well as medical applications.

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Ti-Gr. 2 Ti-Gr. 4 Ti-Gr. 5 Ti-Gr. 5 eli
ASTM F67 ASTM F67 ASM 4928 ISO 5832 – 3
ISO 5832-2 ISO 5832-2 AMS 4930