• Titanium Tubing



    Next Generation Metals stocks seamless titanium tubing in its Chicago and Utah locations.

    We stock prime material in many sizes in varying lengths in Grade 2 and Grade 9 titanium tube.

    We carry this in 48″, 120″ and 144″ lengths.

    We offer custom sizes.

    Titanium tubing is commonly used golf clubs, heat exchangers, hydraulic lines, wheelchairs, chemical plants, oil and gas production, tennis rackets, lacrosse sticks, drive shaft tunnel supports, exhaust tubing, wheelie bars, suppressors, heat exchangers.


  • Precision Ground Bar


    Next Generation Metals supplies precision machine and swiss straightener shops with machining bar with absolute dimensional consistency.

    Our AccRound Sales Staff is a one-stop raw material and grinding source that can lower your cost and lead time.

    Next Generation Metals AccuRound precision ground bar can be counted on for consistent diameter tolerance, roundness and straightness.

    We source material from the highest quality mills and our grinding will gice you superior straightness and tolerance throughout the length of your bar. We can hold tolerances of +/-.0001 on any 12′ length bar with +/-.00005 roundness.

    We supply domestic and foreign material from Europe. We stock DFARS material as well. We stock oversizes for our customers with uncommon requirements.

    We also can supply you with heat treating, straightening, bar end chamfering and saw cutting.


  • Titanium 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo

    Titanium 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-6Mo is a heat treatable titanium with excellent strength to 450C. This material can be supplied as either bar, wire or forgings.


    AMS 4981, MIL-T-9047, MIL-T-9046

    UNS R56260 (also known as 6-2-4-6)


    Intermediate temperature jet engine applications, blades, discs, spacers, seals, in gas turbine discs and impellers, in deep sour well components.

  • Titanium 13V-11Cr-3Al


    Titanium 13TV-11Cr-3Al is a beta alloy wrought titanium alloy that is solution treated before aging. It has good ductility and fabrication properties, aging yields extremely high strengths and low density. This alloy is known for its excellent corrosion resistance.


    AMS 4917, AMS 4959, AMS 6926, MIL-F-83142, MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-9047

    UNS R58010


    High strength airframe components, aerospace. This material is reported to have been used in Lockheed’s SR-71 Blackbird, which was used for 85% of the structure.

  • Titanium 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr Grade 19

    Titanium 3Al-8V-6Cr-4Mo-4Zr is a beta wrought alloy with good ductility and high strength. This material is heat treatable to a wide range of strengths.


    UNS R58640, ASME SB-265, ASME SB-348, AMS 4957, AMS 4958, MR0175, MIL-T-9047


    In tube form, oil and gas wells, fasteners, torsion bars, springs, foil.


  • Titanium Ti-0.15Pd Grade 11


    Titanium Grade 11 is extremely similar to Grade 1. The difference is that in the Grade 11 there is an addition of a tiny bit of palladium to enhance corrosion resistance. This corrosion resistance is useful to protect against crevice erosion and reducing acid in chloride environments.

    This titanium grade has useful properties including optimum ductility, cold formability, useful strength, impact toughness and excellent weldability. This material is also suitable for deep drawing.


    UNS R52250 Grade 11, ASTM Grade 11

    ASTM B-265


    Chemical processing, chlorate manufacturing, desalination, marine applications, architecture, dimensional stable anodes, medical industry, marine industry, automotive parts, airframe parts.

  • Titanium Ti-8Al-1Mo-1V (Grade 8)


    Grade 8 Al-1Mo-1V is a near alpha titanium alloy. This material has a high stiffness to density ratio. It has high modulus, low density and good elevated temperature tensile/yield properties. Its medium to high strength and excellent creep resistance enable to operate at temperatures of up to 455C.


    UNS R54810, Ti-81-111

    AMS 4915, AMS 4916 (sheet, plate)

    AMS 4972, AMS 4973 (bar, wire)


    Fan and compressor blades (for jet engines), discs, spacers, deals, rings.

  • Titanium Ti-15V-3Cr-3Sn-3Al


    Titanium Ti-15V-3Cr-3Sn-3Al solution treated and aged titanium is a strip alloy that is generally used for aircraft ducting, pressure vessels and other flat applications. You are age harden this material and it is highly cold formable. This can also be made as a foil.


    AMS 4914E, ASTM B265


    High strength hydraulic tubing, fasteners, aerospace tankage, aircraft ducting, pressure vessels.


  • Titanium 6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo


    6Al-2Sn-4Zr-2Mo is an alloy primarily used for its high strength and toughness, with its good creep resistance of up to 1000F. This alpha-beta titanium alloy is capable of being heat treated to high strengths in greater sections sizes than 6Al-4V. 6-2-4-2 forged material has enhanced strength, ductility and a combination of enhanced low-cycle fatigue and fatigue-crack growth resistance.

    This material has forging and machining characteristics similar to those of Ti 6Al-4V. This grade is specified more frequently for aircraft engine manufacturers, as this material is the mostly used high temperature alloy in jet engine compressions and airframe structures.


    UNS R54620 (also known as 6-2-4-2)

    AMS 4919 (sheet, strip, plate)

    AMS 4975 (bars, wire, rings (solution and precipitation heat treated)

    AMS 4981 (bars, wire, forging (solution and precipitation heat treated)

    AMS 6905 (bars, wire, forging (duplex annealed)

    AMS-T-9046 (sheet, strip, plate

    AMS-T-9047, MIL-T-9047 (bar)

    MIL-T-9046H Type III Composition G sheet, strip, plate

    AMS 4976, AMS 4979, AMS 4952, GE B50 TF22, AMS T-9047,

    MIL-F-81556, MIL-F-83142, MIL-T-81915, GE B50TF21, GE C60TF7, GE B50TF33, PWA 1220,


    Compressor discs, blades, airframe structure, airframe skin, engine afterburner components, hush kits, turbine engines, seals.


  • Titanium 6Al-6V-2Sn


    This material is an alloy similar to Ti 6-4 but 6Al-6V-2Sn has higher strength and deeper hardenability. Maximum strength of this alloy may be developed in sections of up to 2″ think.


    UNS R56620 (also known as Ti 6-6-2)

    AMS 4918, AMS 4971, AMS 4978, AMS 4979, DMS 1887, DMS 1879, DMS 2237


    MIL-T-9046, MIL-T-81556, MIL-T-9047, AMS-T-9047


    Airframe structures, rocket engine cases, ordinance components,