Medical titanium is also corrosion resistant. When used in the human body, it can fight off corrosion from bodily fluids.
Uses of medical titanium
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.
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.