TS Nickel Alloys and Titanium

We are a leading supplier of nickel alloys and titanium here in Australia.

Our range includes offshore and corrosion resistant alloys, high temperature and high strength alloys, heat resistant alloys and all grades of titanium.

Our team has over 25 years experience in this highly specialised field and can work with you to provide the right solution for your needs.

So for critical applications, we’ll be happy to help you.

Nickel Alloy Range

Alloy UNS No. DIN No.
20 N08020 2.4660
59 N06059 2.4605
201 N02201 2.4068
400 N04400 2.4360
600 N06600 2.4816
601 N06601 2.4851
617 N06617 2.4663a
625 N06625 2.4856
718 N07718 2.4668
825 N08825 2.4858
800H/HT N08811 1.4876
80A N07080 2.4952
B2 N10665 2.4617
C22 N06022 2.4602
C276 N10276 2.4819
K500 N05500 2.4375
X N06002 2.4665

We can also supply pipe, fittings, flanges and fasteners in most grades of Nickel Alloys. If there is a grade not listed above please do not hesitate to email our sales team. They will be more than happy to assist.

Titanium all grades

In solid bar, flanges, fittings, pipe, sheet, large forgings, hollow bar, nuts, bolts, washers and other fasteners. If there is a Titanium grade not listed below, please do not hesitate to email our sales team.

The main grades used in Australia are 2, 5, 7 and 12.

  • Titanium Grade 2, (DIN 3.7035) UNS R50400
    Grade 2 is the main commercially pure unalloyed titanium grade. This grade possesses good strength, ductility and weldability and is used for corrosion resistant applications where ease of fabrication and welding is important. Used in the marine industry, power generation, chemical processing and desalination plants.
  • Titanium Grade 5. (DIN 3.7165) UNS R56400
    Grade 5 also known as Ti6AL4V or Ti-5AL-4V It is the most commonly used titanium alloy which is significantly stronger than commercially pure titanium (grade 2). This grade is heat treatable and has excellent combination of corrosion resistance, strength and weldability. Used in engine components, marine applications, fasteners, offshore and power generation.
  • Titanium Grade 7. (DIN 3.7225) UNS R52400
    Grade 7 is physically and mechanically equivalent to grade 2 with the addition of palladium making it the most corrosion resistant of all the titanium alloys. Used in chemical processing.
  • Titanium Grade 12. (DIN 3.7105) UNS R53400
    Grade 12 is highly durable which also has high strength at elevated temperatures. Used in high temperature chemical manufacture, marine and aircraft components.
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