Titanium Sheets and Plate

Titanium Plate/Sheets are  available in both CP and Alloy grades in thickness ranging from 0.5mm to 100 mm thick. Titanium Plate is available in widths and lengths based on customers requirements.Whether you need full sheets or cut to size blanks, we can accommodate your request.  We supply Titanium Sheets and Plates at very competitive prices of good quality, made by top-tier mills.
• Sheets 0.5 ~ 4.0 tk x <1000 Width x <3000 Length
• Plates 4.1 ~ 60.0 tk x <3000 Width x <4000 Length


ASTM B265 / ASME SB265
ASTM F67 / ASTM F136
AMS 4911

Titanium Bar 6Al4V,5Al2.5Sn,3Al2.5V

 Acree Intl supply Titanium Bars/Rods with different shapes such as round, rectangular and hexangular etc. All Titanium Bars are made from quality Titanium ingots , which are widely applied for aerospace, medical, Chemical and Petrochemical Industries .Sizes are varied as per customers’ requirements.

Specification : ASTM B348, ASME SB348, ASTM F67, ASTM F136, AMS 4928, MIL-T-9047.

Grade : CP Titanium, Gr.5(6Al4V),Gr.6(5Al2.5Sn), Gr.7(0.2Pd), Gr.9(3Al2.5V), Gr.12(0.3Mo0.8Ni), Gr.23(6Al4V ELI)

Size : Dia 3mm ~450 mm Max Length : 16000mm

 Titanium Tube for Chemical Equipments

Catalogue of Titanium Seamless Tubing

1. Product name: seamless tube, titanium pipe,

2. Standard: ASTM B337/ASTMB338;ASTM B861 / ASME SB8613. Grade: Gr1, Gr2, Gr3, Gr4, Gr7, Gr9, Gr12

Size of titanium tube

· Capillary tube: OD: 12.7-115mm, Thickness: 0.5-5mm, Length: <13000mm

Application of titanium tube

· Heat exchangers and condensers

· All kinds of corrosive fluid transmission pipeline system

· Titanium bicycle tube, automobile exhaust pipe

· Offshore aquaculture

· Chemical Equipment

· Spectacles

· Golf Club

Mechanical properties in room temperature


Description about Titanium grades

Titanium Grade 1-4 is pure Titanium, the other grades are alloys. Pure Titanium is used due to its high corrosion resistance, the alloys because of the extremely high strength to weight ratio.

·Grade 1. Pure Titanium, relatively low strength and high ductility.

·Grade 2. The pure titanium most used. The best combination of strength, ductility and weldability.

·Grade 3. High strength Titanium, used for Matrix-plates in shell and tube heat exchangers.

·Grade 5. The most manufactured titanium alloy. Exceedingly high strength. High heat resistance.

·Grade 7. Superior corrosion resistance in reducing and oxidizing environments.

·Grade 9. Very high strength and corrosion resistance..

·Grade 12. Better heat resistance than pure Titanium. Applications as for

·Grade 7 and Grade 11.

·Grade 23. Titanium-6Aluminum-4Vanadium ELI (Extra Low Interstitial) Alloy for surgical implant Applications.

Titanium Gr.9( Ti 3Al-2.5V) for race bike


When trying to pick a material for a bike frame, there are many really important material considerations; weight, stiffness, strength, toughness, impact resistance, ride quality, corrosion. We’ll discuss all of these issues in the context of choosing a bike.

Permanent deflection

Permanent deflection, or plastic deformation as it is also known, is much higher in Titanium than other materials and accounts for its fabled ‘spring’. This is why a Titanium ride is so much more comfortable than other frame building materials.

Fatigue resistance

The inherent flexibility and high tensile strength of Titanium allows the energy stresses of regular use to be effectively dissipated without degradation of the material, ensuring Titanium frames stay stronger for longer.

Impact resistance

The high tensile, or ultimate, strength and low elastic modulus of Titanium combine to create unparalleled impact resistance, meaning Titanium frames can soak up much harder punishment than frames built from other materials.

Corrosion resistance

Titanium’s natural coating of Titanium Dioxide prevents it from oxidising in the atmosphere, so it will never rust, unlike steel, and, unlike aluminium, it will not corrode when exposed to acidic or alkaline environments. So aesthetic and performance quality will never be compromised by the weather.

Strength to weight

The tensile strength to density ratio for Titanium outstrips every other frame building metal. Simply put, for the same weight frame, Titanium will be twice as strong as steel and three times as strong as aluminium.

Stiffness to weight

Rigidity is essential for efficient power transfer and Titanium’s stiffness to weight ratio is superior to all other metals. Titanium combines low weight for easy climbing, high rigidity for blistering performance in the sprint and the perfect balance of both to deliver Titanium’s legendary ride quality.

3 AL/ 2.5 V 

All our frames are made from aerospace grade 3AL/2.5V Titanium, which contains 3% aluminium and 2.5% vanadium. This offers the perfect balance of strength and plasticity for use in thin-walled bicycle tubing.

Titanium Use

The 3Al/2.5V Titanium alloy we use was developed for use in high pressure hydraulic lines and is found on virtually all new military and commercial airplanes.

Type of Tubing

We use two types of tubing to make our frames: cold-worked, drawn, seamless tubing and seamless hydroformed butted. Both types of tubing create extremely strong, lightweight frames, but the seamless hydroformed butted tubing is even lighter and more durable. Only our very best bikes are made from this tubing.

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