Shaped, Flat, Square, Round, Fine Wire, Plated and Un-plated
ASTM B265, AMS 4911, AMS 4928
Titanium 6Al-4V (Grade 5) Alloy Description
Stronger than commercially pure titanium alloys, titanium 6Al-4V (Grade 5). Among its many advantages the alloyis heat treatable, has an excellent combination of strength, corrosion resistance, weldability and formability.
Tension set rings
Bolts, bicycle parts
High-temperature structural applications in the aircraft industry
Hydrogen: 0.015 max
Nitrogen: 0.02 max
Carbon: 0.10 max
Iron: 0.25 max
Residual each: 0.10 max., total 0.40 max
Density, 0.16 lbs/in³, 4.43 g/cm³
Mean Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: in/in/°F (mm/m/°C):
70- 212°F (20- 100°C): 4.78 x 10-6 (8.6)
Thermal Conductivity: BTU-in/h-ft-°F (W/m-°K):
At 70°F (21°C): 46.5 (6.7)
Modulus of Elasticity: KSI (MPa)
16.5 x 10³ (113.8 x 10³) in tension
Melting Point: 3020°F (1660°C)
Mechanical Properties at Room Temperature
Properties: Annealed (Typical)
Ultimate Tensile Strength: 135 KSI (950 MPa)
Yield Strength (0.2% offset): 125 KSI (880 MPa)
Hardness: Rc 34
Contact Ulbrich Wire with requirements.
Refer to NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) for recommendations.
Inquire with Ulbrich Wire
Cut to lengths
Titanium 6-4 (Grade 5) be hardened by cold working and heat treating.
For best results refer to: SSINA’s “Welding of Stainless Steels and Other Joining Methods”
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Copyright January 2014 Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc. – Revision 6.1.2015