Titanium Grade 2 CP 3 | UNS #R50400 is generally known as the workhorse of the Commercially Pure Titanium grades and is therefor unalloyed. Because of its varied usability and wider availability, the metal has become used in many markets and applications. Grade 2 shares many similar qualities to Grade 1 Titanium, including corrosion resistance. Grade 2 is stronger, however.
Due to higher levels of iron and oxygen, Grade 2 Titanium possess high strength, good formability and weldability, and ductility. These traits makes Grade 2 Titanium Bar and Sheet a primary choice for a wide variety applications.
Commercially Pure or CP titanium in unalloyed. Grade 2 has higher levels of iron and oxygen than other CP grades, which offers excellent formability and moderate strength with superior corrosion resistance. CP Grade 2 titanium is widely used in heat exchangers. CP2 is one of the most common titanium grades, with properties that make it a good candidate for chemical and marine, aerospace and medical applications
Titanium Grade 2 CP 3 Specifications:
- ASME SB265, ASME SB348
- ASTM-B-265; ASTM-B-337; ASTM-B-348
- AMS-4902; AMS-4941; AMS-4942; AMS 4951
- NACE MR0175
- EN 1-204:2005 3.1