Titanium BS TA3 (Commerically Pure Grade 2)


Technical Data Sheet

Chemical Composition Limits
Weight % Ti C Fe N O H
Titanium CP TA3 bal 0.10 0.30 0.03 0.25 0.015 Sheet, 0.0125 bar & 0.010 billet

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.

BS 2TA3 Specification is for bar and section for machining of commercially pure titanium (tensile strength 390-540 N/mm²)

Specifications
AMS 4902F - SHEET STRIP and PLATE ANNEALED
AMS 4941C TUBING WELDED ANNEALED
AMS 4942C TUBING SEAMLESS ANNEALED
AMS 4951F WIRE WELDING COMMERCIALLY PURE
MIL-T-9046 (TYPE 1 COMP A) CP3
UNS R50400
ASTM B265 Gr2, ASTM B337 Gr2, ASTM B338 Gr2, ASTM B348 Gr2, ASTM B367 Gr2, ASTM B381 Gr2, ASTM F67 Gr2, ASTM F467 Gr2 & ASTM F468 Gr2.
FRENCH - AIR 9182 T-40
UK - TA2, TA3, TA4, DTD5073
IM1 125

Disclaimer
Every effort is made to ensure that technical specifications are accurate. However, technical specifications included herein should be used as a guideline only. All specifications are subject to change without notice.