- Used in alloys
- Vanadium steel alloys used for engines, gears, axles, and crankshafts
- Titanium-aluminum-vanadium alloy used to construct high speed jets and jet engines
- Vanadium-gallium tape used in superconducting magnets
- Small amounts of vanadium adds much strength and heat resistance
Vanadium in its pure form is not dangerous to humans. Some of its compounds, on the other hand, can be dangerous.