Titanium Grade 5 Sheet is a titanium-based alloy used in various industrial applications due to its excellent strength and corrosion resistance. It comprises 6% aluminium, 4% vanadium, 0.25% (plus or minus 0.05) iron, 0.2% (plus or minus 0.05%) oxygen, and the remainder is titanium. This combination of elements makes it stronger than commercially pure Ti Grade 2 but less as strong as the Ti Grades 7 and 11 series alloys.
Titanium Grade 5 Sheet is popular for many industrial and commercial applications due to its strength, corrosion resistance, lightweight properties, and durability. Its common uses include aerospace components, chemical processing equipment parts, surgical implants, automotive frames and chassis parts, and high-end consumer items such as watches or jewellery. The sheet also has good electrical conductivity and formability, making it perfect for applications.