Midway Corporation


Titanium is similar to aluminum but much stronger and heavier. It’s a metal that resists corrosion because it reacts readily with oxygen and forms a protective layer of titanium oxide that keeps out air and water. Titanium also resists attack by strong acids and alkalis. It's relatively hard and brittle when it's cold and you have to heat it up to work it into shape or draw it into wires. Popular use is for airplane and spacecraft parts.


  • Flat
  • Hex
  • Plate
  • Round
  • Sheet
  • Square
  • Tube


  • Grade 2
  • Grade 5
  • Grade 9

Grade 2 Highly Corrosion-Resistant Titanium

  • 99% Pure titanium
  • High corrosion resistance
  • Moderate strength
  • Good formability and weldability
  • Meets ASTM: B265

Grade 5 High-Strength

  • High aluminum content makes it strongest titanium
  • Most widely used titanium
  • Good corrosion resistance, weldability and formability
  • Meets ASTM: B265

Grade 9 High-Strength
Weldable Titanium

  • Less aluminum than Grade 5 offering better weldability
  • Not as strong as Grade 5
  • Meets ASTM: B265