|Material Grade||Titanium Gr 5 Sheets|
|Grade Standard||Titanium Gr 5 Sheets|
|Thickness||0.1 MM TO 200 MM|
|Material||Titanium Gr 5 Sheets|
|Size||0.1 MM TO 200 MM|
|Certification||Titanium Gr 5 Sheets|
|Usage/Application||- Off-Shore Oil Drilling Companies - Power Generation - Petrochemicals - Gas Processing - Specialty|
Grade 5 sheets of steel are available in variant tempers to work with cold-rolled as well. This product is rich in a very rare chemical component named as vanadium. Hence, it has such excellent hardening and stress proofing attributes. Besides this, they are also comprised of the components like titanium, aluminium, hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon, and iron. This chemical make-up has nice temperature tolerance. The melting point commonly reaches to 1660 degrees Celsius (or 3020 degrees Fahrenheit). In addition to this, they also have great numbers of thermal expansion and modulus of elasticity.
We maintain the supreme quality of Titanium Gr 5 Sheets & Plates at HEUBACH INTERNATIONAL This is amongst the most common and often used titanium grade. This product range has incredible strength with the added compounds of aluminium. They are light weighted and anti-corrosive nature. Hence, these Steel have been exceedingly demanding applications.
It has the perfect firmness and thermal as well as electrical conductivity properties. This product is also good to go with heat treatment works. They show off splendid properties of accessibility, weldability, malleability, and flexibility.
ASTM / ASME SB265
1000 mm x 2000 mm, 1220 mm x 2440 mm, 1500 mm x 3000 mm, 2000 mm x 2000 mm, 2000 mm x 4000 mm
0.1mm to 12 mm Thk
Coils, Foils, Rolls, Plain Sheet, Shim Sheet, Strip, Flats, Blank (Circle), Ring (Flange)
Hot rolled plate (HR), Cold rolled sheet (CR), 2B, 2D, BA NO(8), SATIN (Met with Plastic Coated)
Soft, Hard, Half Hard, Quarter Hard, Spring Hard etc.
Titanium Gr 5 Plate, Sheet & Coil Chemical Composition
Titanium Gr 5 Sheets, Plates & Coils Mechanical Properties
Yield Strength (0.2%Offset)
Titanium Gr. 5
1632 °C (2970 °F)
Psi – 138000 , MPa – 950
Psi – 128000 , MPa – 880