Titanium resists corrosion and is bio-compatible. Titanium also has the ability to join with human bone, which is one of the reasons it is used so often in the medical industry. Titanium metal is used in medical and surgical applications, such as surgical titanium instruments, orthopedic titanium rods, titanium pins, and titanium plates.
Titanium Wire Forms in Medical Implants
Titanium wire forms, pins, and rods are used in surgical and medical applications because the have a high strength to weight ratio and the great range of titanium alloys allows medical device designers to select Titanium alloy grades to match the needs of their application.
Benefits of Titanium in Medical and Surgical Applications
- Non-magnetic (allows patients to get MRIs)
- Corrosion Resistant
- Joins with human bone (osseointegration)
Wire Form Manufacturing Capabilities
We have been a diversified manufacturer of custom precision metal components and assemblies for over 50 years. 30% of our sales come from medical products.
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