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Commercially Pure Titanium

Commercially Pure Titanium is moderate strength titanium containing a minimum of 99% pure titanium. There are four commercially pure grades of Titanium, Grades 1-4. As where Alpha, Beta and Alpha-Beta Titanium Grades contain multiple alloying elements, Commercially Pure Titanium (Ti) is exactly what it sounds like, pure titanium and unalloyed aside from the less than 1% in chemistry changes between the four commercially pure grades.

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Commercially Pure Titanium (CP Ti) and most of its alloys have 60% the density of steel but maintain steel's strength. This combination of low density, strength and weldability characteristics creates multiple uses of titanium. CP Ti and its alloys also resist corrosion after exposure to severe conditions such as salty seawater giving it purpose in various industries.

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