Titanium Gr. 2

With moderate strength and excellent corrosion resistance and formability, Titanium Grade 2 represents the most widely used form of titanium. Compared to the other grades of commercially pure titanium, Grade 2 titanium is slightly weaker than Grade 3, but stronger than Grade 1 and equally resistant to corrosion. These properties account for Grade 2 titanium’s versatility in regard to its applications. Titanium is a low density material with a high strength to weight ratio.

UNS: R50400
Stock Sizes: 1/8” – 1/2” OD


  • Seamless Tube: ASTM B338
  • Welded Tube: ASTM B338
  • NACE MR0175/MR0103

Available Processing:

  • Cold Worked and Bright Annealed
  • Cold Worked, Annealed, and Pickled

Common Testing: Eddy Current, Flare, Flattening, Positive Material Identification

Chemical Composition (%)

Titanium (Ti)Balance
Carbon (C)0.08% Max
Oxygen (O)0.25% Max
Nitrogen (N)0.03% Max
Hydrogen (H)0.015% Max
Iron (Fe)0.30% Max
Other Elements0.1% Max Each
Other Elements0.4% Max Each

Physical Properties

Density (lb/in3)0.163
Elongation (min %)20
Minimum Yield (psi) – Gr. 140,000
Minimum Tensile (psi) – Gr. 250,000
Max Hardness (HRB)100