The conventional titanium (Ti) alloys are strengthened by using expensive and poisonous elements such as vanadium, niobium and molybdenum. In our previous studies, the cheap elements such as oxygen, nitrogen, silicon, and hydrogen are selected to significantly improve mechanical properties of α-Ti sintered materials. In case of iron (Fe) addition, which is the most potent β phase stabilizing element, network-structured βphase distribution containing Fe atoms were formed at α-Ti grain boundaries when the elemental mixture powder of pure Ti powder and pure Fe particles was consolidated. With increase in additional Fe contents, the volume fraction of βphase and mechanical strength proportionally increased. For example, PM Ti-6wt.%Fe alloy indicated UTS of 1246 MPa and elongation of 22.4 % at ambient temperature. Regarding the electrochemical corrosion behavior of Ti-Fe alloys, the corrosion current slightly decreased compared to pure Ti, however, it was not a significant difference in the industrial application.