CP Grade 16

Common Name
CP Grade 16 Ti – 0.05% Pd
CP Grade 2 with Lower Palladium Titanium Grade 16
Titanium Grade 16
General Information
Titanium Alloy Grade 2 is “unalloyed” titanium offering an excellent balance of strength and ductility. The material has good toughness and is readily weldable. This material is very corrosion resistant in highly oxidizing and mildly reducing environments. The material is castable and is often utilized in cast valves and fittings. In plate form, the alloy is also used explosively boned to make clad plate. The alloy is available as castings, wire, welded tube, pipe, plate, sheet, strip, forgings, bar, and billet.
Common Specification
Specification Product Form
ASME SB-265 Sheet, Strip and Plate
ASME SB-338 Seamless and Welded Tube
ASTM B265 (Grade 16) Sheet, Strip and Plate
ASTM B348 (Grade 16) Bars and Billets
ASTM B367 (Grade Ti-Pd 16) Castings
AWS A5.16 ERTi-16 Weld Wire


Chemistry Requirements
N C >H Fe O Pd Residual Each Max Residuals Max Total Ti
0.03 0.1 0.015 0.30 0.25 0.04-0.08 0.1 0.4 Balance

% Maximum unless given as a range.

Minimum Tensile Properties
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
As specified (shape) 50 (345) 40 (275) 20 30


Typical Tensile Properties
Condition UTS ksi (Mpa) >0.2%YS ksi (MPA) % El. % RA*
As provided 70 (438) 51 (352) 28

Note: Typical properties are not to be utilized as a requirement, but are only listed for guidance. These properties may or may not be attainable in all circumstances.
* %Ra not required by all specifications
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