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Titanium Grade 2 is a pure alpha titanium. With moderate strength and excellent corrosion resistance and formability, Grade 2 titanium represents the most widely used form of titanium. Compared to the other grades of commercially pure titanium, Grade 2 titanium is slightly weaker than Grade 3, but stronger than Grade 1 and equally resistant to corrosion. Titanium grade 2 is non-magnetic. These properties account for Grade 2 titanium’s versatility in regard to its applications.
10 - 300 mm
20 % at 20 °C
Hardness, Rockwell B HRB
160 [-] at 20 °C
Tensile strength Rm
345 MPa at 20 °C
Yield strength Rp0.2 Rp0.2
276 - 448 MPa at 20 °C
This alloy is primarily use for corrosion resistance and is the most widely used specification in all product forms. Grade 2 titanium proves useful in chemical processes, since it is highly resistant to chemical environments including oxidizing media, alkaline media, organic acids and compounds, aqueous salt solutions and hot gases. Its corrosion resistance holds up in liquid metals, nitric acid, mildly reducing acids and wet chlorine or bromine gas. Grade 2 titanium is also used to manufacture heat exchangers and cryogenic vessels. In seawater, Grade 2 is fully resistant to corrosion at temperatures up to 300°C.
This material data has been provided by Sverdrup Steel.