Titanium Alloys : Pipes & Tubes :

Titanium seamless Pipes & Tubes, Titanium Welded Pipes & Tubes, Grade 2 Titanium Pipes, 6Al-4V Titanium Tubes, 6Al-4V ELI Titanium Pipes & Tubes Supplier & Exporters.

Shanti Metals is one of the most reputed Importers and Exporters in all types of Metals in India. We offer Titanium Alloy Pipes and Tubes in different type of thickness, specification, grades and dimensions. They are very much resistant to corrosion and have the utmost strength to density ratio of any metal. With regard to its one of its kind density, strength and corrosion resistance, titanium has found applications in several industries. They are widely used in diverse applications industry, and are formed from urbane technology and superior grade of raw materials with newest characteristics.
For high quality tubing products, Titanium Alloy Pipes and Tubes is usually a better material to use than the challenging materials like stainless steels.

Specification :
Standard : ASTM B861, B338, B388, B862 / ASME SB861, SB338, SB388, SB862
Type : Seamless / ERW / Welded / Fabricated / LSAW Pipes
Pipe Range : ½”NB to 24”NB in Sch 10s, 40s, 80s, 160s, XXS.
Form : Round, Square, Rectangular, Hydraulic Etc.
End : Plain End, Bevelled End, Treaded
Tubes Range : 1mm OD upto 254mm OD in Thickness 0.1 to 20mm.
Length : Single Random, Double Ranidom & Cut Length


Grade 2 Titanium (available in Plate, Round, Sheet, Tube)
6Al-4V Titanium (available in Round)
6Al-4V ELI Titanium (available in Round)

Grade 2 Titanium
Grade 2 titanium, in its annealed state, is a ductile metal with the approximate strength of 6061-T6 aluminum. It is used where corrosion resistance is an important criteria, or where operating temperatures preclude the use of aluminum.

Grade 2 (a/k/a CP-2) Titanium
Minimum Properties Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi 50,000
Yield Strength, psi 40,000 - 65,000
Elongation 20% min
Rockwell Hardness B70 - B90
Chemistry Titanium (Ti) 99.2%
Carbon (C) 0.1% max
Iron (Fe) 0.3%
Hydrogen (H) 0.015% max
Nitrogen (N) 0.03% max
Oxygen (O) 0.25% max

6Al-4V (a/k/a Grade 5) Titanium
This alloy of titanium shows a substantial strength improvement over aluminum, and is roughly twice as strong as 7075-T6 aluminum. It is also substantially harder to work and/or machine than Grade 2 titanium. Most machinists rate this material as slightly more difficult to machine than T-316L stainless steel, and recommend slow speeds and lots of lubrication.

6Al-4V (a/k/a Grade 5) Titanium
Minimum Properties Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi 138,000
Yield Strength, psi 128,000
Elongation 14%
Rockwell Hardness C36
Chemistry Titanium (Ti) 90%
Aluminum (Al) 6%
Vanadium (V) 4%
Iron (Fe) 0.25% max
Oxygen (O) 0.2% max

6Al-4V ELI (extra low interstitial) Titanium
The strength of this variant of 6Al-4V is slightly lower than its parent alloy, but it has improved fracture toughness and fatigue strength characteristics. It is also bio-compatible, and is often used in jewlery for body piercings.

6Al-4V ELI (extra low interstitial) Titanium
Minimum Properties Ultimate Tensile Strength, psi 125,000
Yield Strength, psi 115,000
Elongation 15%
Rockwell Hardness C35
Chemistry Titanium (Ti) 90%
Aluminum (Al) 6%
Vanadium (V) 4%
Iron (Fe) 0.14% max
Oxygen (O) 0.13% max