$237.13 per kg

Osprey® Ti-6Al-4V-ELI Grade 23 (15-53um)

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Osprey® Ti-6Al-4V-ELI (Grade 23) from Sandvik is a titanium grade alloyed with aluminum and vanadium, specially developed for Additive Manufacturing (according to ASTM F3001-14), as well as for Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP). It is similar to the Grade 5 titanium alloy by Osprey® but has a lower content of oxygen, nitrogen and iron, resulting in, for example, higher ductility. Components include:

  • High strength
  • Very good corrosion resistance
  • Low density
  • Can be heat treated at 850°C/1,562°F
  • Suitable for Laser Powder Bed Fusion

Please download the Specifications and Safety Data Sheet documents below for more information.

Expected release date is Jul 15th 2024

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Superior Alloyed Ti 6Al 4V ELI Powder

This aluminum vanadium alloy from Osprey® is a Grade 23 alloy manufactured using Electrode Inert Gas Atomization (EIGA). The powder boasts a spherical morphology with good flow characteristics, and high packing density. It’s manufactured using a state-of-the-art titanium powder plant that uses precise automation for consistent chemistry, particle size distribution and morphology. This powder is suited for Laser Powder Bed Fusion (LPBF) and finds applications in medical, aerospace, and chemical processing industries.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is aluminum vanadium alloy?

It’s a type of aluminum alloy that contains vanadium as one of its alloying elements for improved mechanical properties. The addition of vanadium can dramatically contribute to enhanced strength, toughness, and fatigue resistance which is essential for various structural applications.

What is Ti 6Al 4V ELI?

It’s a titanium alloy composed primarily of titanium (Ti), aluminum (Al), and vanadium (V), with extra low interstitial elements (ELI) such as oxygen and iron. It exhibits excellent corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio, and biocompatibility, making it suitable for medical and aerospace applications.

How are titanium alloys made?

Titanium alloys are typically manufactured by melting and mixing titanium with other alloying elements like aluminum or vanadium followed by casting, forging, or powder consolidation to produce the desired alloy composition and form. The powder version of these alloys is produced through gas atomization technologies such as Electrode Inert Gas Atomization (EIGA).

How is Ti 6Al 4V ELI different from Ti 6Al 4V?

The ELI version of Ti 6Al 4V has a lower concentration of interstitial elements such as oxygen and iron which results in improved ductility and fracture toughness, making it more suitable for medical applications. It also has tighter specifications and undergoes stricter quality control to ensure suitability for medical use.

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Applicable Markets

  •  A display showing a dental x-ray for implants


    This aluminum vanadium alloy is extensively used for manufacturing orthopedic implants such as bone plates, screws, and hip stems, as well as dental implants and surgical instruments due to its biocompatibility and high strength.

  • An airplane flying under white clouds


    In the aerospace industry, Ti 6Al 4V ELI is employed for aircraft structural components, engine parts, and landing gear due to its high strength-to-weight ratio, corrosion resistance, and high performance at extreme temperatures.

  •  A white and blue factory in the daytime


    TiAlV alloys are suitable for handling corrosive chemicals and harsh operating conditions, which is why they’re used in pressure vessels, heat exchangers, and piping systems in the petrochemical industry.