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Titanium Grade 2 used in airframes, aircraft engines, and marine parts

Titanium Grades 1-4 are unalloyed and generally known as CP (Commercially Pure). The tensile and yield strength of titanium generally increases with the grade number. Titanium is 30% stronger than Steel but nearly 50% lighter and although Aluminium is lighter, Titanium is stronger and has excellent strength retention. Due to Titanium's weight, strength and high corrosion resistance it is very popular in various manufacturing industries from aerospace, medical, shipping, military etc.

 Titanium Grade 2 is an unalloyed, medium strength titanium product. This titanium grade is used in airframes, aircraft engines, and marine parts; good weldability and corrosion resistance are its distinguishing characteristics.  - High heat intensity - temperature of several hundred degrees higher than aluminum. - Good corrosion resistance - Titanium work in a humid atmosphere and seawater, the corrosion resistance is far superior to stainless steel; for pitting, etching, stress resistance particularly strong; and other organic materials have excellent corrosion resistance. - Good low temperature performance titanium alloys at low temperatures and extremely low temperatures, can still maintain its mechanical properties. - Large chemical activity - chemical activity of titanium is large, with atmospheric O, N, H, CO, CO2, etc. have a strong chemical reaction. - Thermal conductivity