Grade 5 / Ti6Al4V


Grade 5 / Ti6Al4V

Ti6Al4V (titanium grade 5) is a two phase alpha and beta grade of titanium and is the most widely used of all the titanium grades. It is supplied in the annealed condition as per AMS 4928R or BS2TA11 for ease of machinability and can be strengthened with a relatively simple heat treatment to offer very high mechanical properties.

The combination of these good mechanical properties (maintained up to ~400°C), a low density of 4.42 g/cm3 and a very good corrosion resistance make Ti-6Al-4V ideal for applications in the aerospace, marine, offshore oil & gas and motorsport industries.

Related Specifications of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5)

  • 2TA11
  • 3TA11
  • R56400
  • AMS 4928
  • AMS 4967
  • ASTM B348 (Grade 5)
  • 3.7164
  • 3.7165

Nominal Composition of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5)

Ti rem, Al 6%, V 4%, Fe 0.3% max

Mechanical Properties of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5)

Ultimate Tensile Strength (N/mm²) Proof Stress (N/mm²) Elongation (%) Hardness (HB)
931 862 10

Key Features of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5)

  • Very high strength
  • Good corrosion resistance
  • Excellent strength to weight ratio
  • High strength at cryogenic temperatures
  • Good weldability

Applications of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5)

Aerospace | Compressor blades, discs and rings for jet engines; airframe components, fasteners, rocket engine cases, helicopter rotor blades and critical forgings

Offshore & marine | Offshore tubulars and oil and gas equipment

Other | Biomedical implants and chemical processing equipment

Columbia Metals – a leading supplier of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5)

With decades of experience and a huge range of stock, Columbia Metals is an industry leader in the supply of Ti6Al4V (Grade 5) and other high quality specialist engineering alloys.

To buy or learn more about Ti6Al4V (Grade 5) contact us now, or fill in the enquiry form on the right hand side and we will be in touch shortly.

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