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Titanium Material Property Data Sheet

Do you need custom fasteners created with Titanium? Since our inception, Vegas Fastener Manufacturing has met every challenge of providing Quality, Timely, Cost-effective solutions for specialty fastener applications. Every product is built to your specifications, using your prints if necessary.

Below are the technical specifications of the Titanium Bar Stock we have available to meet your needs.


Titanium, Ti

Subcategory: Metal; Nonferrous Metal; Pure Metallic Element; Titanium Alloy

Close Analogs: A wide range of Ti alloys are listed in MatWeb. Titanium Grades 1,2,3,4,7,11,and 12 are all considered unalloyed. This listing is for 'pure' titanium.

Key Words: biomaterials, biomedical implants, biocompatibility

Component   Wt. %

Material Notes:
This listing is for 'pure' titanium. Although unalloyed titanium is not very useful for structural applications, titanium alloys are highly praised for their use in aerospace, high-temperature and biomedical applications. Titanium is difficult to machine or weld, but has significant advantages over traditional metals. For medical implants, titanium is considered one of the most biocompatible materials available, especially where direct contact to tissue or bone is required (i.e. endosseuos dental implants or porous uncemented orthopedic implants). See the individual titanium alloy datasheets for specific applications.

Physical PropertiesMetricEnglishComments
Density4.5 g/cc0.163 lb/in 

Mechanical Properties
Hardness, Brinell7070 electrolytic Ti
Hardness, Vickers6060 
Tensile Strength, Ultimate220 MPa31900 psi 
Tensile Strength, Yield140 MPa20300 psi 
Elongation at Break54 %54 % 
Modulus of Elasticity116 GPa16800 ksi 
Poisson's Ratio0.340.34 

Electrical Properties
Electrical Resistivity5.54e-005 ohm-cm5.54e-005 ohm-cm 
Magnetic Susceptibility1.25e-0061.25e-006 cgs/g
Critical Magnetic Field Strength, Oersted5656 
Critical Superconducting Temperature0.36 - 0.44 K0.36 - 0.44 K 

Thermal Properties
Heat of Fusion435.4 J/g187 BTU/lb 
CTE, linear 20C8.9 m/m-C4.94 in/in-F over the range 20-100C
CTE, linear 1000C10.1 m/m-C5.61 in/in-F 
Heat Capacity0.528 J/g-C0.126 BTU/lb-F 
Thermal Conductivity17 W/m-K118 BTU-in/hr-ft-F 
Melting Point1650 - 1670 C3000 - 3040 F 

Optical Properties
Emissivity (0-1)0.630.63 unoxidized; 650 nm

Descriptive Properties
CAS Number7440-32-6 

References are available for this material.


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