Copper Titanium (CuTi) Master Alloy

The Copper-Titanium 30% master alloy is used for the production of titanium containing copper wrought alloys.

These have good mechanical properties, are fairly corrosion resistant and show good resistance to wear. The master alloy is also used as a grain refiner and as a deoxidizer. Copper Titanium is likewise used in zinc based roofing alloys.


The following table provides the form and composition of the two CuTi master alloys:

Alloy Form Composition


Waffle plate

30% Ti
balance Cu


Waffle plate

50% Ti
balance Cu

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