Titanium is a lustrous grey metallic element used primarily to make lightweight, resistant alloys.
It is one of the transitional elements of the periodic table and has many desirable properties, most notably its incredible strength and durability.
Titanium has high corrosion resistance, particularly against oxygen.
Titanium is immune to corrosive attacks by saltwater and marine atmosphere and exhibits exceptional resistance to a broad range of corrosive gases, acids and alkalis.
Titanium is immune to microbiologically influenced corrosion and is physiologically inert and hypoallergenic.
Titanium is virtually non-magnetic, making it ideal for applications where electromagnetic interference must be minimized.
Pure titanium is about as strong as steel yet nearly half the weight.
When added to various alloys, its hardness, toughness and tensile strength can be increased dramatically.
Titanium’s outstanding strength-to-lightweight ratio and its incredible resistance to most forms of corrosion have been the primary historical incentives for utilizing titanium in industry, replacing stainless steels, copper alloys and other metals.
Highest ratio between strength and density of all metallic materials.
Titanium is the only element that offers the unique combination of beauty, strength, light weight and bio-compatibility.
Titanium now commands the highest levels of quality for many consumer product industries; including sporting equipment, medical, automotive and marine, art and architecture, giftware and, of course, jewelry. Last Updated: January 30, 2017.

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