A near-alpha alloy, primarily used for high strength and toughness, with good creep resistance up to 1000 degrees f. Forging and machining characteristics similar to those of Ti 6AL-4V. It is the most commonly used high temperature alloy in jet engine compressors and airframe structures. It is also used in sheet melt form for engine afterburner structure and for various hot airframe skin applications. It is nonmagnetic.
Grade 5 Titanium (6AL-4V) is the most commonly used of all the titanium grades. Its combination of high strength, light weight and corrosion resistance makes it a favorite for all types of applications, such as armor plating, knife making, jewelry, robot building, bicycles, motorsports, camping gear and anywhere that you require high strength and want light weight.
ATI 425 Titanium Alloy is a high strength, titanium alloy. ATI 425-MIL Alloy was originally developed for ballistic armor applications and exceeds both the ballistic requirements and strength requirements of MIL-DTL-46077 titanium armor plate. ATI 425-MIL Alloy is characterized as a class 4 armor plate by MIL-DTL-46077. The combination of strength and ductility makes it useful for applications that require bending and forming. Those parts can be easily manufactured while still having superior strength. Applications include aerospace, defense, industrial, medical and recreational in applications where high-strength, lightweight materials are required. In addition, the corrosion resistance of ATI 425 Alloy to saltwater environments makes it a candidate for marine related applications.
Titanium Grade 2 Commercially Pure has moderate strength and excellent cold forming properties. It provides excellent welding properties and has excellent resistance to oxidation and corrosion. Can be used for exhaust systems, pipes, and salt water applications.