Marine Light Alloys and Metals Datasheets

Titanium -- Grade 2
from Ulbrich Stainless Steels & Special Metals, Inc.

Commercially Pure Grade 2 is slightly stronger than Grade 1 but equally corrosion resistant against most applications. Best strength to weight ratio of any corrosion resistant material. This grade is one of the most common Titanium Grades and is used for Heat exchangers, condenser tubing and... [See More]

  • Applications: Aerospace or Aircraft Quality; Marine; Oil & Gas Wells; Bellows, Aircraft Structural, Honeycomb, Gaskets, Aircraft Skin, Heat Exchanger Parts
  • Specialty / Other Types: Pure, Unalloyed or Very Low Alloy Additions
  • Nonferrous: Titanium
  • UNS Number: 50400
Titanium & Zirconium Casting -- Commercially Pure Titanium
from ATI Wah Chang

In 1957,Oregon Metallurgical Corporation (Oremet), Albany, Oregon, built the world 's first titanium casting foundry. In 1991,Oremet and Wah Chang, a reactive metals manufacturer, collaborated on a project that produced what was then the world 's largest cast zirconium pump casing for severe-service... [See More]

  • Applications: Chemical or material processing; Marine; Pumps, Valves
  • Specialty / Other Types: Pure, Unalloyed or Very Low Alloy Additions
  • Nonferrous: Titanium
  • Specifications: ASTM B367-93; ASTM / ASME