Why Titanium

Titanium is highly resistant to chemical attack and has the highest strength to weight ratio of any metal.

Whether Titanium products used indoors or outdoors, it will hold for years without succumbing to the effects of rust and corrosion.

It’s stiffness to weight ratio as steel is similar to steel meaning it can be used as a substitute where weight is an important consideration.

Unlike iron and aluminum, the high strength titanium can not be easily cast and it is generally more expensive than other types of metals at the same time. That’s why the finished titanium products doesn’t come cheap.

However that won’t reduce people’s passion on this unique metal especially in the artware, cookware and outdoor sport.

What We Used

-Titanium GR2 (Unalloyed)

Titanium GR(Grades) 1-4 are classified by the different amount of oxygen that is in the material. Oxygen is what’s used to control the hardness while Ti is being made. Grade 1 is the softest. Grade 2 offers an excellent hardness for machining and is more readily available to the consumer.

-Titanium GR5 (Alloy)

Titanium Alloy Grade 5, know as Ti6Al4V, Ti-6Al-4V or Ti 6-4, the most widely used titanium alloy with high strength, low weight and corrosion resistance. The major market for titanium GR5 is the airline industry, medical, chemical process equipment, automotive and marine applications.