Ti CP Grade 2 has higher tolerable levels of iron and oxygen and is widely used because it combines excellent formability and moderate strength with superior corrosion resistance. It has a minimum yield strength of 275 Mpa (40 ksi), and relatively low levels of impurity elements, which places it between Grades 1 and 3 in terms of strength.
Airframe skins in "warm" areas, ductwork, brackets, and galley equipment. marine and chemical applications such as condensers, evaporators, reaction vessels for chemical processing, tubing and tube headers in desalinization plants, and cryogenic vessels. jigs, baskets, cathodes and starter-sheet blanks for the electroplating industry, and a variety of medical applications.