Since 1995 Ti Squared Technologies has successfully completed numerous projects for our clients in a wide variety of industries. Below are the most common industries in which we have developed titanium based solutions.
Nearly half the weight of stainless steel and more flexible than many other materials, titanium is top-choice for surgical instruments. It is durable with mechanical properties similar to bone and is also known to be MRI safe because it is nonmagnetic. Titanium is the preferred choice for nonmagnetic tools for repairing MRI machines such as screw drivers, pliers, crescent wrenches, and more.
Because titanium is biocompatible, it is a prime candidate for implantable medical devices. Titanium is non-toxic and is not rejected by the body when implanted.
Industrial tools require high strength to withstand the toll of daily use. A high level of reliability along with excellent strength to weight ration make titanium a great material for uses in aerospace and defense. Wing structures, landing gear components, and critical fasteners are just a few of titanium’s aerospace application.
With its crack resistance, ideal density ratio, and a high resistance to fatigue.
Less prone to failure in seawater and fresh water combined with a strong resistance to corrosion, titanium is a must for marine hardware whether it be in tools for pleasure boating or deep sea exploration. Studies have shown that pitting, crevice corrosion, and loss of strength are nearly immeasurable even after titanium has been exposed over a mile below the ocean surface for years.
High strength and noncorrosive, titanium is ideal in oil and gas exploration because of its excellent performance in challenging environments. Plates, pipes, bars, and coils are a few of the many applications titanium has in the field of oil and gas exploration.
Given its light weight, titanium has been proven to provide strength and quality performance without sacrificing fuel economy. Valves, crankshafts, and turbo charger wheels are only a few of the applications of titanium in high performance autoracing. Titanium oil pans, shifter knobs, and valve covers have grown in popularity.