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Titanium Fasteners

Commercially Pure Grade 2 Titanium is one of the most common grades of unalloyed Titanium. In Commercially Pure Titanium, the mechanical properties are controlled by the chemistry input; higher amounts of Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Iron will increase strength properties. CP Grade 2 is higher in strength than CP Grade 1, but lower in strength than CP Grade 3 and CP Grade 4. 

NICKEL 200 (N02200) FLAT WASHER 1/4 (.620/.640 OD X.276/.296 ID X.054/.066 THK)

It is sometimes referred to as “CP 40” due to its approximate yield strength. CP Grade 2 Titanium typically comes in the annealed condition. It is an attractive Grade of Titanium due to its excellent corrosion resistance, good formability, and limited strength. It is used in a variety of industries such as chemical, marine, medical, recreational, and aerospace. Machinability: Low cutting speeds, heavy feed rates, sharp tools, and ample cutting fluid are prescribed.

Common Uses for Grade 2 Titanium Fasteners

  • Aerospace Industry
  • Automotive Industry
  • Food Processing Equipment
  • Pharmaceutical Equipment
  • Naval And Marine
  • Seawater Desalination Plants
  • Pulp & Paper, Bleaching/washing Equipment
  • Recreational Products
  • Chemical Processing Equipment
  • Sports And Recreational Equipment

Titanium Grade 2 (UNS R50400)

Standard products (hex bolts, nuts, screws, threaded rods) readily available.

Common Trade Name: CP-2, Titanium Grade 2

UNS: R50400

Specification: ASTM B348 Grade 2

Approx. Room Temp. Mechanicals: UTS = 50 ksi, YS = 40 ksi

Typical % Compositions Summary: C .10, Fe .30, N .03, O.25, H .01, Ti Bal

Corrosion Resistance:

CP Ti Grade 2 is highly resistant to many chemical environments including oxidizing media, alkaline media, organic compounds and acids, aqueous salt solutions, and wet or dry hot gases. It also has sufficient corrosion resistance in liquid metals, nitric acid, mildly reducing acids, and wet chlorine or bromine gas (as long as a minimal amount of oxygen or water is present).