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California Metal & Supply is a leading supplier of quality 6AL-4V Titanium, CP (Commercially Pure), and 6AL-2SN-4ZR-2MO (6-2-4-2).

TITANIUM: A chemical element with low density and is a strong, lustrous, corrosion-resistant transition metal with a silver color. Titanium is a performance metal, first utilized by the aerospace industry for its high strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance and durability.  In the 1950s, the titanium metal industry was established primarily in response to the emerging aerospace industry, which used it in the manufacture of airframe structural components and skin, aircraft hydraulic systems, air engine components, rockets, missiles, and spacecraft, where these properties are invaluable. 

Alloyed & Unalloyed Titanium

Titanium can be alloyed with iron, aluminum, vanadium, molybdenum, among other elements, to produce strong lightweight alloys for aerospace (jet engines, missiles, and spacecraft), military, industrial process (chemicals and petro-chemicals). Titanium alloys are metallic materials which contain a mixture of titanium and other chemical elements. There are the unalloyed or CP (Commercially Pure) grades of titanium.  In its unalloyed condition, titanium is as strong as some steels, but 45% lighter. The most widely used of this Cp titanium are classified as Grades 1 thru 4, 7, 11, and 12.  The higher the grade numbers, the higher the strength. The first four titanium grades allow for increasing levels of impurities. Palladium is added to titanium Grades 7 and 11, at about 0.2%, to improve its corrosion resistance.

Titanium & Commercially Pure Titanium: 6AL-4V (6-4), CP (Commercially Pure), 6AL-2SN-4ZR-2M0 (6-2-4-2)

      

<By Shape>

We supply a variety of commercially pure grades and titanium alloys in sheets, plates, bars and tubing in various specifications. These include titanium sheets and commercially pure sheets, titanium plates and commercially pure plates, titanium bars and commercially pure bars, and titanium tubing and commercially pure tubing.

 

Titanium Sheet, Titanium Plate: 6AL-4V, CP (COMMERCIALLY PURE), 6-2-4-2, 6-6-2

1) 6AL-4V, TITANIUM GRADE 5: AMS 4911, MIL-T-9046 AB-1, MIL-T-9046 Type 1 Comp C, AMS-T-9046 0.012" to up, 36" x 96"

=> Domestic 6AL-4V sheets special. Call now for details.

2) 6AL-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo: AMS 4919, MIL-T-9046 AB-4, MIL-T-9046 Type 3 Comp G, AMS-T-9046

3) CP TITANIUM GRADE 1: AMS 4901, MIL-T-9046 CP-4

4) CP TITANIUM GRADE 2: AMS 4902, MIL-T-9046 CP-3, MIL-T-9046 Type 1 Comp A, AMS-T-9046, 0.016" to up, 36" x 96"

5) CP TITANIUM GRADE 3: AMS 4900, MIL-T-9046 CP-2, MIL-T-9046 Type 1 Comp C, AMS-T-9046, 0.012" to up, 36" x 96"

6) CP TITANIUM GRADE 4: AMS 4901, MIL-T-9046 CP-1, MIL-T-9046 Type 1 Comp B, AMS-T-9046, 0.012" to up, 36" x 96"

7) CP TITANIUM GRADE 7: UNS 52400, Un-alloyed Titanium with Palladium ASME SB-381, ASME SB-348, ASME SB-265, ASME SB-377, ASME SB-338

8) 6AL-6V-2Sn: AMS4918, MIL-T9046 AB-3, MIL-T-9046 Type 3 Comp E

 

Titanium Bar/ Titanium Rod/ Titanium Round Bar: 6AL-4V, CP (COMMERCIALLY PURE)

1) 6AL-4V BAR: AMS4928, AMS 4967, MIL-T-9047, 0.063" Dia to 6.00 Dia

2) CP GRADE BAR: MIL-T-9047, 0.125" Dia to 6.00" Dia

 

Titanium Tubing: 6AL-4V, CP (COMMERCIALLY PURE)

6AL-4V TUBING, CP GRADE TUBING

1) Seamless Tubing: O.D. 1/8" to 1-1/2", 2) Welded Tubing: O.D. 1/2" to 2"

Other sizes are available on request.

6AL-4V Tubing: AMS 4911

CP Tubing: STM-08-301, BMS 7-21, MIL-T-9046, AMS 4941, AMS 4942, AMS 4902

 

Titanium Tubing 3AL-2.5V

3AL-2.5V Tubing: PWA 1260, GEB50TF35, DMS 2241, BMS 7-234

 

Titanium Pipe: Titanium Seamless Pipe and Titanium Welded Pipe

1) Seamless Pipe: Available in 1/8" through 6" nominal pipe size (NPS)

2) Welded Pipe: Comes in 3/4" to 24" NPS

 

      

<By Type>

Commercially Pure : Type 1 

1) Commercially Pure Titanium: ASTM B265, ASTM B337, ASTM B338, ASTM B348 ASTM B381, ASTM F67 (GRADES 1,2,3 & 4), AMS 4900, AMS 4901, AMS 4902, AMS 4940, AMS 4941, AMS 4942, MIL-T-9046, UNS R50400

 

Alpha Alloys: Type 2

 

1) 5Al-2.5Sn: ASTM B265, ASTM B348, ASTM B381 (Grade 6) AMS 4910, AMS 4924, AMS 4926, AMS 4966, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047, Composition A

2) 5AL-2.5Sn ELI

3) 8Al-1Mo-1V:  AMS 4915, AMS 4916, AMS 4972, AMS 4973, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047

4) 6Al-2Cb-1Ta-.8Mo

5) 0.3Mo-0.8Ni: ASTM B265, ASTM B337, ASTM B338, ASTM B348, ASTM B381 (Grade 12)

 

Grades
 
Sheet & Plate Specifications
 
Bar & Billet Specifications
 
Forging Specifications
 
Extrusion Specifications
5Al-2.5Sn
Grade 6
AMS 4910
ASME SB-265
MIL-T9046
MIL-T9046
AMS 4926
AMS 4924
AMS 4956
AMS 4976
ASME SB-348
MIL-T-9047

AMS 4924 AMS 4966
ASME SB-381
MIL-F-83142A
MIL-T-9046
MIL-T-9047

MIL-T-81556
5Al-2.5Sn ELI
AMS 4909
MIL-T-9046J A-2
MIL-T9046Ty2 Comp. B
 
AMS 4924
MIL-T-9047 G
 
AMS 4924
MIL-F-83142A Comp. 2
 
MIL-T-81556A A-2
5Al-5Zr 5Sn
 
 
MIL-F-83142A Comp. 4
 
 
8Al-1Mo-1V MIL-T-9046
AMS 4915
AMS 4916
MIL-T-9047 AMS
4972 AMS 4973

AMS 4973
MIL-F-83142A Comp. 5

AMS 4933
MIL-T-81556

 

      

Alpha-Beta Alloys: Type 3

 

1) 6Al-4V: ASTM B265, ASTM B348, ASTM B381, ASTM F467, ASTM F468 (GRADE 5) AMS 4906 AMS 4911, AMS 4920, AMS 4928, AMS 4935, AMS 4963, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047, UNS 56400

2) 6Al-4V Eli (Extra Low Interstitial): ASTM F136, AMS 4907, AMS 4930, AMS 4931, AMS 4956, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047

3) 6Al-6V-2Sn: AMS 4918, AMS 4936, AMS 4937, AMS 4971, AMS 4978, AMS 4979, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047, UNS 56620

4) 6Al-4Sn-4Zr-2Mo: AMS 4919, AMS 4967, AMS 4975

5) 6Al-4V SPL

6) 3Al-2.5V: ASTM B265, ASTM B337, ASTM B338, ASTM B348, ASTM B381 (Grade 9) AMS 4943, AMS 4944, AMS 4945, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047

7) 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo: AMS 4981, MIL-T-9047, UNS 56260

8) 5Al-2Sn-4Mo-2Zr-4Cr: AMS 4995, C50TF44, C50TF57, C40TF62

 

Ti-5Al-2Sn-4Mo-2Zr-4Cr (Ti-17) / Ti-5Al-2Sn-2Zr-4Cr-4Mo/ UNS R58650

Ti-5Al-2Sn-4Mo-2Zr-4Cr is known as Ti-17 alloy and is a beta-rich material for large aerospace components. 5Al-2Sn-4Mo-2Zr-4Cr is an advanced engine alloy, creep and oxidation resistant.

Ti-17 is a near beta, high strength alloy used primarily for gas turbine applications. Ti-5Al-2Sn-4Mo-2Zr-4Cr (Ti-17) is a high-strength, deep hardenable, forging alloy that was developed primarily for gas turbine engine components, such as disks for fan and compressor stages. Ti-17 has strength properties superior to those of Ti-6Al-4V, and also exhibits higher creep resistance at intermediate temperatures.

 

9) 10V-2Fe-3Al: AMS 4983, AMS 4984, AMS 4986, AMS 4987

10) 6Al-2Zr-2Sn-2Mo-2Cr-0.25Si: AMS 4898

11) 7Al-4Mo: AMS 4970, AMS 6915, MIL-T-9047

12) 4.5Al-3V-2Mo-2F: AMS 4964

13) 8MN: AMS 4908

 

Beta Alloys: Type 4

 

1) 13Al-11Cr-3Al: AMS 4917, AMS 4959

2) 11.5Mo-6Zr-4.5Sn (Beta III)

 

3) 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr (Beta C): AMS 4939, AMS 4957, AMS 4958, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047, UNS 58460

 

3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr / 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr (Beta C)/ Ti-3-8-6-4-4/ Ti Beta-C
UNS # 58460

Ti-3-8-6-4-4 is a heat-treatable, deep section hardenable, very high strength Ti alloy possessing good toughness/strength properties, low elastic modulus and elevated resistance to stress and localized corrosion in high temperature sweet and sour brines.

The properties of Beta C or 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr with UNS 58460 have led to its use in a number of niche applications, including parts of aircraft landing gear and in fasteners used in the automotive industry. Beta C is also used in oilfield applications such as pressure housings, shafts, valves and other critical components where very high strength and excellent corrosion resistance are required.
 

4) 15V-3Cr-3Al-3Sn: AMS 4914, AMS 4922

5) 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Zr-4Mo: AMS 4939, AMS 4957, AMS 4958, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047

6) 15Mo-3Nb-3Al-0.2Si: ASTM GRADE 21

 

Other Specification

 

BAC 5439: Ultrasonic Specification for Multiple Grades and Alloys, Plate, Bar

BAC 5613: Multiple Grades and Alloys, Titanium, Various Condition

BSS 7055: Ultrasonic Specification for Multiple Grades and Alloys, Plate, Bar

 

      

Properties of Titanium

 

Atomic Number

22

Heat of Vaporization

9.83MJ/kg

Atomic Weight

47.9

Machinability Rating

40

Atomic Volume

10.6W/D

Magnetic Susceptibility

1.25x10-6 / 3.17 emu/g

Boiling Point

3260  Degrees C/5900  Degrees F

Melting Point

1668 Degrees C + 10 Degrees C (3035 Degrees F + 18 Degrees F)

Coefficient of friction

0.8 at 40 m/min (125 ft/min) / 0.68 at 300 m/min (1000 ft/min)

Modulus of Elasticity

14.9 x 106psi

Coefficient of thermal expansion

22

Atomic Number

8.64 x 10-6 Degrees C

Poisson's Ratio

0.41

Color

Dark Grey

Solidus/Liquidus

1725 Degrees C/ (3137 Degrees F)

Covalent Radius

1.32 A

Specific Gravity

4.5

Density

4.51 gm/cm3   (0.163 lb/in3)

Specific Heat (at 25oC)

0.518 J/kg  Degrees K,  (0.124 BTU/lb  Degrees F)

Electrical Conductivity

3% IACS (copper 100%)

Specific resistance

554 ľohm-cm

Electrical Resistivity

47.8 ľohm-cm

Tensile Strength

35 ksi min

Electronegativity

1.5 Pauling's

Thermo-Conductivity

9.0 BTU/hr ft2 Degrees F

First Ionization Energy

158 k-cal/g-mole

Thermal Neutron Absorption Cross Section

5.6 barnes/atom

Hardness

HRB 70 to 74

Young's Modulus of Elasticity

116 x 106 lbf/in2, 102.7 GPA

Heat of Fusion

440 kJ/kg (est.)

      

Tech Properties of Titanium

 

GRADE

Yield Strength min

Ultimate Tensile Strength min

Elongation  min.

REF NO.

KSI

Mpa

KSI

Mpa

%

Grade 1

25

170

35

240

24

Grade 2

40

275

50

345

20

Grade 3

55

380

65

450

18

Grade 4

70

485

80

550

15

Ti 2% Pd (Gr.7)

40

275

50

345

20

Grade 12

50

345

70

483

18

Ti-6AL-4V

120

830

130

895

10

Ti-4AL-4Mo-1.5Sn

125

850

170

1160

10

Ti-10-2-3

160

1100

180

1250

8

Ti-15-3

160

1100

185

1280

10

Ti-6-2-4-2

120

830

160

1100

10

Ti-6-2-4-6

140

970

190

1300

10

 

Mechanical Properties of Titanium

 

Alloy

Specifications

UTS (psi)

YS (psi)

El (%)

RA (%)

 

 

            min.

           min.

           min.

          min.

CP-1

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 1

35,000

25,000

24

30

CP-2

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 2

50,000       

40,000

20

30

CP-3

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 3

65,000

55,000

18

30

CP-4

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 4

80,000

70,000

15

25

Ti 6Al-4V

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 5

130,000

120,000

10

25

Ti 6Al-4V ELI

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 23

120,000

110,000

10

25

Ti-Pd

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 7

50,000

40,000

20

30

TiCode 12

ASTM B265 / B348 Grade 12

70,000

50,000

18

25

 

 

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