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Ti-6AL-4V Sheet, Coil, Bar, Plate - AMS 4911, 4928, 4967, 6932, UNS R56400


Ti-6AL-4V Titanium bar stock is the most widely used titanium grade. Its high strength, light weight and corrosion resistance enables this grade to be used in many applications. The most common market is aerospace. Ti-6AL-4V titanium bar stock is also age hardenable by heat treatment to achieve even higher strengths. Some applications for this grade are compressor blades, discs, and rings for jet engines; airframe components; pressure vessels; rocket engine cases; helicopter rotor hubs and critical forgings requiring high strength-to-weight ratios.

Standard Inventory Specifications

  • UNS R56400
  • AMS 4911
  • AMS 4928
  • AMS 4967 (Capable of AMS 4965 - 4" dia. and smaller)
  • AMS 6932
  • ASTM F 1472
  • ASTM B 265
  • ASTM B 348
  • MIL-T-9046
  • MIL-T-9047
  • AB-1
  • PWA LCS
  • GE S400/S1000
  • ABS5125A AIMS03-18-001 (Plate)
  • ABS5125B AIMS03-18-006 (Plate) 
  • ABS5125C AIMS03-18-007 (Plate)
  • Line marked >.500 inch diameter
  • Predominantly produced by double vacuum melt, hot rolled, annealed, then centerless ground or rough turned.
  • DFARS compliant

Common Trade Names

  • Ti-6al-4v
  • 6al-4v Titanium

Industry Applications

  • Aerospace
  • Fasteners
  • Chemical Processing

Inventory Size Range

  • Sheet : 0.012" - 0.160"
  • Bar : 0.125" - 12.000"
  • Plate : 0.187" - 4.000"

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COMMENTS:

  • Tooling should consist of tungsten carbide designations C1-C4 or cobalt type high speed tools. Generally, machining characteristics are similar to those of austenitic stainless steels. Ti 6al-4v Grade 5 Titanium bar stock can be machined using slow speeds, high feed rates, rigid tooling, and flooding the workpiece with non-chlorinated cutting fluid.

The technical data provided is for information only and not for design purposes. It is not warranted or guaranteed.

Density: 0.160 lbs/in3, 4.43 g/cm3

Chemical Properties of 6AL-4V Grade 5 Titanium

Element

Percent By Weight

Titanium

90%

Aluminum

6%

Vanadium

4%

Carbon

< 0.10%

Oxygen

< 0.20%

Nitrogen

< 0.05%

Hydrogen

< 0.0125%

Iron

< 0.3%

Physical Properties

Non-magnetic. A two-phase alloy, containing both alpha and beta phase crystalline structures. This high strength grade can be used at cryogenic temperatures to about 800˚F (427˚C).Ti-6al-4v bar to AMS 4928 requires 120,000 psi minimum yield strength at room temperature. This grade of titanium can be used in the annealed condition or in the solution treated and aged condition. Ti 6al-4v Grade 5 Titanium bar bar stock has outstanding corrosion resistance to most media including nitric acid in all concentrations to boiling point; seawater; and to alkalis in all concentrations to boiling point. Stress corrosion cracking may occur if chlorine salts are present on stressed parts subsequently subjected to high temperatures. Ti 6al-4v Grade 5 Titanium bar stock has acceptable oxidation resistance up to 1000°F (538˚C).

Mechanical Properties

  • Hardness of Aerodyne Alloys stock is typically 300 BHN. The strength and hardness of the mill-annealed product may be increased by approximately 20% after an aging heat treatment.
  • After aging at 975-1025˚F (524-552˚C), Ti 6al-4v Grade 5 Titanium bar typical yield strength is 150,000 psi and typical hardness is 360 BHN.
  • Machinability Rating: 22% of B-1112
  • Typical stock removal rate: 30 surface feet/minute

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