Titanium Grade 2


Commercially pure Titanium grades features an excellent strength-to-density ration and good corrosion resistance. This makes them suitable for the manufacture of components in weight saving structures with reduced mass forces, and also for components requiring high corrosion resistance. In addition, thermal stresses in titanium structures are lower than in other metallic materials, due to the low thermal expansion of titanium. The materials are also widely used in medical sectors because of their outstanding biocompatibility.


Titan Grade 2 EN
Ti-Grade 2 ASTM
R50400 UNS
3.7035 German material #

Chemical Composition

Elemental composition requirements

Element Composition, %
Carbon 0.08 max.
Nitrogen 0.03 max.
Hydrogen 0.015 max.
Iron 0.30 max.
Oxygen 0.25 max.
Titanium Balance

Mechanical Properties

Mechanical properties are listed in below Table, at 20 deg. C .

Hardness HB 30 HB Tensile Strength N/mm 2 o.2% Yield Strength N/mm 2 ELONGATION A MODULUS of ELASTICITY kN/mm 2
≦ 150.00 ≧ 345.00 ≦ 275.00 ≧ 20.00 ≦ 105.00


  • Chemical industry
  • Aerospace industry
  • Medical industry


  • Sheets and plates
  • Bars
  • Tubes and pipes
  • Forged and casted parts