14 Titanium circles, rods, sheets

International Equivalent

Mark Analogue W. Nr. Aisi Uns En Order
14 Delivery from the stock, in stock


Titanium Alloy 14 features particularly high strength and corrosion resistance, satisfactory welding, which plays an important role in modern technical industries. Due to its merits, titanium alloy 14 has great prospects for use in such areas as aircraft construction, shipbuilding, rocket production, food, chemical, transport engineering.

Alloy grade: Classification: Industrial use:
14 Wrought titanium alloy Production of long products, production of ingots and semi-finished products; production of parts of special equipment, parts of instrumentation and aircraft construction.

The percentage composition of alloy 14 according to GOST 19 807- - 91

Si C Fe Mo Ti N V O Zr Al Impurities
≤0.12 ≤0.1 ≤0.25 1.8 - 3.5 87.29-93.9 ≤0.04 0.5-2.5 ≤0.15 ≤0.3 3.5 - 5.6 Other 0.3

Note: Titanium is a base alloy; its percentage is about 87.29-93.9%.

Mechanical characteristics of alloy 14 (temperature 20°C).

Range Size E.g.
GOST 27 265-87 16-20 490-635

Physical characteristics of alloy 14.

W/(m-grad) 1/Grad MPa Grad kg/m3 Ohm-m J/(kg-grad)
18.85 E 10- 5 T r R 10 9 C
8.2 1.12 20 4505
l a 10 6 100 540

Marking of physical properties:

Description Designation
- Alloy data acquisition temperature [degrees] - T
- Modulus of elasticity of the 1st kind, [MPa] - E
- Coefficient of thermal linear expansion (at 20°C), [1/Grad] -a
- Specific electrical resistance [Ohm-m] -R -R
- Specific gravity [g/cm3] -r -r
- Heat transfer coefficient [W/(m-grad)] -l -l
- Specific heat capacity (at 20°C), [J/(kg-grad) -C

Marking of mechanical properties:

Description Designation
- Limit of proportionality (yield strength for permanent deformation) [MPa] sT
- Tensile strength [MPa] sT
- Ratio constriction [ % ] y
- Tensile elongation [ % ] d5
- Brinell hardness, in [MPa] HB
- Impact toughness [ kJ/m2 ] KCU


Designation Description
limited weldable - Must be preheated to 100-120°C with subsequent heat treatment
no restrictions - No need for preheating and final heat treatment
Difficult to weld - need for preliminary heating to 200-300°C with final heat treatment


High-strength titanium alloys are alloyed with vanadium and aluminium, while heat resistance is achieved by molybdenum + aluminium alloying. Most titanium grades used contain molybdenum, aluminum, and vanadium at the same time. Aluminum is the major alloying element, and is as important to titanium alloys as carbon is to iron. Titanium and its alloys are paramagnetic, can be welded well and have other advantages that are important in technical fields. For example, such as machine building, where heat resistance and specific strength combined with corrosion resistance are needed, aircraft construction, shipbuilding, rocket production, food processing, chemical, pulp and paper industries.

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Evek GmbH offers the widest range of products from titanium alloys of the highest quality in retail and wholesale. The popularity of alloy 14 due to the high quality of products and the widest range of applications. All products of our company comply with GOST norms and international quality standards. Technological capabilities of each stage of production allow to carry out individual orders of non-standard parameters, in the shortest possible time. In case of bulk purchases we provide discounts.