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Titanium Alloy Suppliers

With experience in the specialist metals industry, we offer unparraled quality. That's through our manufacturing process, to the advice we give beforehand and we'll always make sure we're working to exact requirements within every project. This does not change with our Titanium manufacturing.

Are you looking for a top-quality titanium product, or another specialist alloy? Speak to City Special Metals today if you have an questions or would like to speak to us about Titanium alloys or any of our other speciality alloys. Get in touch by either calling us or messaging us using any of the contact forms on our website.

Titanium Stockist Range

Product FormRange FromRange To
Titanium Plate5.0mm115mm
Titanium Round Bar3.0mm85mm
Titanium Sheet0.014mm3.5mm
Titanium Coil0.051mm0.15mm

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Titanium Alloys, Grades & Properties

City Special Metals manufacture specialist Titanium alloy products across titanium grades 1-12 for a variety of specialist applications.

As a guide, Titanium Grade 5 (6Al-4V) is the most used of the Titanium grades. Grade 5 Titanium Alloys have exceptionally high strength characteristics, meaning they’re very reliable under extreme conditions and can withstand temperatures up to 315°C (600°F).

Titanium Grade 5 is classed as an alpha-beta alloy and is often used in aerospace & marine industries.

Beneficial Properties

  • Low Density One of the highest strength-to-weight ratio, making it strong but incredibly light
  • Corrosion-resistant High resistance to certain corrosive environments and elements, fatigue and wear
  • Ability to Withstand Extreme Temperatures High melting point and low thermal expansion coefficient
  • Durability Strong performance, toughness and resilience
  • Lustrous Shiny, silvery colouration

Markets & Applications

  • Manufacture of boat propeller shafts and sail boat rigging
  • Architectural exterior panels
  • Pipes and integral equipment in nuclear, oil and chemical industries
  • Joint replacement and tooth implants
  • Sports equipment such as: golf clubs and bicycles
  • Aerospace manufacture such as: air craft engines and air frames

Titanium Mechanical Properties

Grade 5 (6AL4V)
Yield StrengthKSI (MPa)125 (862) min
Tensile StrengthKSI (MPa)130 (900) min
HardnessHB331
Elongation% in 4D10 min (18 Typical)
Reduction of Area%25

Titanium Technical Specifications

ASTMUNSBSWerkstoffAMS
B348RS6400TA113.7164/54928

Titanium Chemistry

IronFe0.25 max
CarbonC0.08 max
SiliconSi0.2 max
ManganeseMn0.2-0.4
SulpurS0.002 max
PhosphorusP0.07 max
ChromiumCr0.15 max
CoblatCo0.5 max
AluminiumAl5.5-6.75
NitrogenN0.05 max
OxygenO0.2 max
TitaniumTiBal

Titanium Physical Properties

Densityg/cm³4.43
Melting Point°F3000
°C1640
Modulus of ElasticityKSI16500
Youngs / Shears ModulusKSI6380
Specific HeatJ/g-°C0.5263
Thermal Conductivity at 20°CW/m-K6.70
Thermal Expansion Coefficients (0-100°C)10-6/°C8.6
Electrical Conductivityohm-cm0.000178
Poisson's Ratio0.342

We offer a bespoke service so, if you don’t see the size or form that you require, contact us either by phone, email or our contact form below, and we will provide a solution to your requirements.

Manufactured Titanium Grades

Grade 1

- Pure Titanium: Relatively low strength and high ductility, used for plate heat exchangers.

Grade 2

- The most commonly used Pure Titanium: The best combination of strength, ductility and weldability, used for piping systems.

Grade 3

- High Strength Titanium: Used for Matrix-plates in shell and tube heat exchangers.

Grade 5

- The most manufactured Titanium Alloy: Exceedingly high strength and high heat resistance, used in the aerospace and subsea industry.

Grade 7

- Superior corrosion resistance in reducing and oxiding environments; used in the chemical industry.

Grade 9

- Very high strength and corrosion resistance, used for hydraulic piping and in the subsea industry.

Grade 11

- Suitable for deep drawing and applications as for Grade 7.

Grade 12

- Better heat resistance than pure Titanium; Applications as for Grade 7 and 11 as well as shell and tube heat exchangers.