Titanium wire is a non-magnetic metal that is not magnetized in a large magnetic field. It is non-toxic and has good compatibility with human tissues and blood, so it is used by the medical community.
Pure titanium is a silvery white metal with many excellent properties. Titanium has a density of 4.54 g/cm3, which is 43% lighter than steel and slightly heavier than the long-established light metal magnesium. The mechanical strength is similar to steel, twice as large as aluminum and five times larger than magnesium. Titanium is resistant to high temperatures and has a melting point of 1942K, which is nearly 1000K higher than gold and nearly 500K higher than steel.
Titanium wire is divided into: titanium wire, titanium alloy wire, pure titanium eyeglass wire, titanium straight wire, pure titanium wire, titanium welding wire, titanium hanging wire, titanium disk wire, titanium bright wire, medical titanium wire, nitinol alloy wire.
Titanium alloy wire
nitinol alloy wire
titanium straight wire