Pure Titanium

Commercially pure (CP) titanium is unalloyed titanium for use in industrial applications. Minor impurities still exist in pure titanium (such as carbon and oxygen), but levels are controlled to produce a range of product attributes. Click on an image below to view our material grades.

Commercially Pure Titanium Alloys.

Which Titanium?

The fundamental difference between commercially pure titanium and alloyed titanium is that the alloyed product includes additional elements to increase the materials overall performance. The process increases overall strength, malleability and flexibility.

In its pure form, titanium still finds use in applications such as medical and dental implants.

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Why Choose Smiths?

Our network of 14 UK service centres is strategically placed to provide you with material support and expertise on your doorstep.

We stock both commercially pure titanium and titanium alloy. Pure titanium is used in applications such as medical implants. Alloyed grades of titanium include additional elements to improve the materials overall performance characteristics.

We are smarter than your average stockholder with a sizeable volume of certifications & approvals to substantiate this claim. We have supply approvals from the world's major OEMs across a wide range of industries.