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ASTM F468 Grade 5 Titanium Hex head Bolts, Titanium Grade 5 Hex bolt,stud bolt

ASTM F468 UNS R56400 represents grade specification for Titanium Grade 5 Bolts, Screw Fasteners. It covers both coarse and fine threaded Ti Alloy 5 Bolts, screws, stud bolts. Below is the chemical, mechanical and other requirements. ASTM F468 UNS R56400 Fasteners carry EN 10204 Type 3.1 Certification. F468 F467 Uns R56400 Titanium Gr5 Stud Bolt and Nuts F468 F467 Uns R56400 Titanium Gr5 Stud Bolt and Nuts Washers The grade 5 Titanium alloy is considered to be the workhorse among the titanium alloy industries. It is a fully heat treatable alloy and can be quickly welded to form parts for aerospace machines, as well as marine and offshore applications. It is one of the critical components for engine parts of…

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ASTM F468 UNS R56400 represents grade specification for Titanium Grade 5 Bolts, Screw Fasteners. It covers both coarse and fine threaded Ti Alloy 5 Bolts, screws, stud bolts. Below is the chemical, mechanical and other requirements. ASTM F468 UNS R56400 Fasteners carry EN 10204 Type 3.1 Certification.

The grade 5 Titanium alloy is considered to be the workhorse among the titanium alloy industries. It is a fully heat treatable alloy and can be quickly welded to form parts for aerospace machines, as well as marine and offshore applications. It is one of the critical components for engine parts of many vessels.

When compared to pure commercial Titanium, this is found to be stiffer and has the same thermal properties. It also has excellent fatigue resistance and low thermal expansion capability, making it suitable for subsea gas and oil industries.

grade 5 (Ti-6Al-4V) titanium which is the most widely used titanium alloy.

Common Names:

  • Ti6Al4V
  • Ti-6Al-4V
  • Ti 6-4
  • TC4

ASTM F468 Grade 5 UNS R56400 Chemical Requirements

Composition, %
Titanium and Titanium Base AlloysA
UNS DesignationAlloyGeneral NameAluminumCarbonIronTitaniumHydrogenNitrogenOxygenPalladiumVanadiumChromiumMolybdenumZirconiumTinSiliconResidualsB
EachTotal
R564005CTitanium grade 5C5.50 – 6.750.100.40balance0.01250.050.203.50 – 4.500.100.40

ASTM F468 UNS R56400 Mechanical Properties

AlloyMechanical Property MarkingNominal Thread Diameter, inchHardnessAFull Size Tests BMachined Specimen Tests
Tensile Strength, min, ksiYield Strength, min, ksiCTensile Strength, min, ksiYield Strength, min, ksiCElongation in 4D, min %D
Titanium Alloys
Ti 5 Class AHF 468DTall30 – 39 HRC130 – 16512513012010
Ti 5 Class BHF 468HTall30 – 39 HRC130 – 16512513012010

Tensile Stress Areas and Threads per Inch

Nominal Size, inch.Coarse Threads – UNCFine Threads – UNF8 Thread Series – 8UN
Threads / inchStress AreaA, in2Threads / inchStress AreaA, in2Threads / inchStress AreaA, in2
1/4200.0318280.0364
5/16180.0524240.0580
3/18160.0775240.0878
7/16140.1063200.1187
1/2130.1419200.1599
9/16120.1820180.2030
5/8110.2260180.2560
3/4100.3340160.3730
7/890.4620140.5090
180.6060120.6630
1 1/870.7630120.856080.790
1 1/470.9690121.073081.000
1 3/861.1550121.315081.233
1 1/261.4050121.581081.492

A Tensile stress areas are computed using the following formula: As = 0.7854 [D- (0.9743/n)]2
Where:
As = Tensile stress area, in.2,
D = Nominal size (basic major diameter), in., and,
n = number of threads per inch.

Test Methods

AlloyTest Method
TitaniumE120, E1409

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