Titanium Alloy ( 3AL/2.5V) Grade 9 is sometimes referred to as half Ti 6/4. It offers higher strengths than the commercially pure alloys , and is easier to form than the Ti 6AL/4V “work horse alloy”. Its main available form is seamless tubing used in the aircraft and leisure industries such as bicycle frames and golf clubs etc . Typically this alloy is supplied in two Conditions Annealed and CWSR ( Cold Worked & Stress Relieved)
Used in aircraft applications where strength is required but weight is a critical factor. Ti-3Al-2.5V is used in tubular form since it has proven to be much more malleable than Ti-6-4 and has useful properties for applications in hydraulic systems. Ti-3Al-2.5V titanium tubing can be cold worked by standard tube manufacturing processes or supplied in the annealed condition. Other applications include, bicycle and wheel chairs frames.
|Alloy||Titanium 3AL- 2.5V|
|2.5-3.5||2.0-3.0||Rest||0.15 max||0.06 max|
|0.03 max||0.015 max||0.25||0.04 max|
Melting Range < 1700 Deg C
Density 4.48 g/cm³
Elastic Modulus 100 GPa
Shear Modulus 44 GPa
Excellent Resistance to pitting and crevice / erosion corrosion
High Mechanical strengths , superior to the C. P Titanium Grades
The Hempel stock material fulfills generally following specifications:
ASTM B338 Fully Annealed
ASTM B338 CWSR
The material comes with a 3.1 certification.
3.2 certification are available with surcharge.
|UTS||0.2 % Yield||Elongation 2"|
Tubes / Fittings ISO6708
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