A titanium rod can be used to provide replacement joints – be it shoulders, knees, hips, elbows – or to repair broken bones. When reconstructing parts of the body, titanium is the metal of choice for surgeons for its biocompatibility and innate ability to connect with human bone and tissue. It can also be used to protect the vertebrae after invasive back surgery.
Titanium gives surgical instruments longevity. Offering resistance to bacteria, titanium medical equipment can be used for various procedures, including those that emit radiation.
Our titanium rods can be used to create medical devices such as:
Eye surgery equipment
Surgical needle holders
As mentioned above, a titanium rod is used in dentistry for dental implants. Titanium orthodontic braces have increased in popularity too – as they provide more strength and security, and less weight than steel braces.
Appearance: Titanium Wedding Rings can be polished to a shine or textured for a matte or brushed finish.
Comfort: Titanium is a very comfortable choice because it is so lightweight. This feature makes titanium popular in both men and women, especially for individuals who are not accustomed to wearing a lot of bling.
Cost: Titanium is very affordable in the wedding ring market being that they are generally less expensive than gold rings. Titanium is also a good investment because it lasts and maintains its appearance for a lifetime.
Durability: Titanium bands will not bend, break or melt under normal conditions. Titanium can also be engraved with a laser engraver, which many professional jewelers use.
Care: Titanium wedding bands are very easy to care for. Your titanium jewelry can be cleaned at home with a simple solution of soap and water or simply by polishing it regularly with a soft cloth.
Style: You do not have to sacrifice style with a titanium band. Titanium ring is available in many intricate designs. Titanium can also be anodized to add color to the ring such as blue, purple, green, pink and red to name a few.
What is a titanium flange?
Titanium flange is a kind of component made of titanium or titanium alloy, which is connected to the pipe end. It can be made by casting, or by screw connection and welding. The flange connection consists of a pair of flanges, a gasket and a number of bolts and nuts. The gasket is placed between the two flange sealing surfaces. After the nuts are tightened, the specific pressure on the gasket surface reaches a certain value, and the deformation occurs, and the uneven parts on the sealing surface are filled, so that the connection is tight without leakage.
Types of titanium flanges
Standards of titanium flanges
Physical properties and application scope of titanium alloy flange
Why do we think titanium alloy flange is difficult to process
Physical phenomenon of titanium processing
Know how to process titanium alloy flange
Solve the problem of titanium processing from blade
Cutter structure suitable for titanium flange machining
Common brands: TA0, TA1, TA2 , TA3, ta9, TA10, TC4, etc. Flange can be divided into plate flat welding titanium flange, neck butt welding titanium flange, neck flat welding titanium flange, socket welding titanium flange, threaded titanium flange, titanium flange cover (titanium blind plate), etc. according to the pipeline connection requirements.
Representing Fine Tubes, a great metal products, Mr. Mercer highlighted the business’ long-standing expertise in the manufacture of high-precision, high-performance titanium alloy tubes for critical applications. Fine Tubes’ seamless titanium tube is used in aircraft hydraulic systems and chemical processing plants, and for offshore drilling rig components, marine and subsea equipment, and medical implants. Fine Tubes also is a member of the International Titanium Association (ITA), the organising body of the Titanium Europe Conference.
Looking at titanium in comparison to other metals, the following characteristics make it so attractive to multiple industries:
It’s only 60% as dense as steel-based and nickel-based alloys.
In alloyed form, its tensile strength is greater than that of austenitic or ferritic stainless steels.
It is exceptionally corrosion resistant, exceeding the resistance of stainless steels in most environments.
It is non-magnetic.
It has excellent heat transfer properties, with a melting point higher than steel alloys.
It is cold workable.