Precision Rolled Titanium & Its Alloys

Reliable supply with outstanding quality

With hundreds of uses in applications ranging from E-beam shielding to drug delivery to aerospace surfaces and structures, titanium offers exceptional characteristics for high overall strength, biocompatibility, corrosion resistance, and workability. Lightweight and durable under harsh temperature and chemical conditions, titanium sheet and foil materials from Arnold are available in a number of grades for various end-uses.

Customers rely on us for thin-rolled titanium in applications that demand high performance and consistent quality. These applications include fabrication of electron beam equipment for food sterilization, vulcanizing, and a variety of industrial uses; design and building of flight and aerospace vehicles; energy-related applications such as solar panels; speaker components; and medical device enclosures. Its inherent corrosion resistance means that the material can be thinner for a given application in harsh environments compared to other materials, further reducing weight. Titanium boasts the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metallic element. Titanium’s bio-compatibility, including non-allergenic characteristics and non-toxicity to living tissue, makes it the ideal material in many medical applications.

Available in a range of thicknesses and widths

Thickness Maximum Width
0.025"- 0.003" (0.635 - 0.076mm) 17.5" (444.5mm) as rolled edge
17.0" (431.8mm) with a slit edge
0.0029"- 0.001" (0.0737 - 0.0254mm) 16.5" (419.1mm) as rolled edge
16.0" (406.4mm) with a slit edge
0.0009"- 0.0004" (0.023 - 0.01mm) 15.5" (393.7mm) as rolled edge
15.5" (393.7mm) with a slit edge
0.00039"- 0.00008" (0.0099 - 0.002mm) 4.25" (107.95mm) as rolled edge
4.0" (101.6mm) with a slit edge



Commercially pure (CP) grades and Titanium alloys

Arnold's Precision Thin Metals business offers titanium products in a number of CP grades and several standard alloy compositions. Cost is only one differentiator. Strength, workability, corrosion resistance, and other characteristics differ from grade to grade, as shown in the following table.

  Grade Ultimate Tensile Strength
ksi(MPa)
Yield Strength
ksi(MPa)
Beta Transus Resistivity Thermal conductivity
CP
Grade 1;
UNS R50250
50 (345) 35 (220) 1640 F (890 C) 18μΩ in
(0.45μΩ m)
12.70 BTU hr-1 ft-1 F-1
(21.97 W m-1K-1 )
Grade 2;
UNS R50400
70 (485) 50 (345) 1680 F (915 C) 21μΩ in
(0.53μΩ m)
12.60 BTU hr-1 ft-1 F-1
(21.79 W m -1K-1 )
Grade 4;
UNS R50700
99 (680) 81 (560) 1740 F (950 C) 24μΩ in
(0.6μΩ m)
9.80 BTU hr-1 ft-1 F-1
(16.95 W m -1K-1 )
Ti Alloys
Grade 9;
UNS R56320
90 (620) 70 (483) 1715 +/-25 F
(935 +/- 15 C)
1.27μΩ m 4.8 BTU hr-1 ft-1 F-1
(8.3 W m -1K-1 )
Beta21S;
UNS R58210
135 - 149
(931 - 1027)
128 - 138
(883 - 952)
1485 F  (807 C) 53μΩ in
(1.35μΩ m)
4.4 BTU hr-1 ft-1 F-1
(7.6 W m -1K-1 )
15-3-3-3;
UNS R58153
145 - 180
(1000 - 1241)
140 - 170
(965 - 1172)
1375 - 1425 F
(750-770 C)
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Customer-ready materials

Arnold’s Precision Thin Metals business specializes in providing Titanium and its alloys in the cold rolled or annealed condition. The PTM business is Nadcap certified for heat treatment, recognizing our process capability in producing bright alpha-case free surfaces, consistently.

Ask us about other grades and thicknesses available. Some minimum order quantities apply for titanium and its alloys. Consult your Arnold Sales Representative for more details.