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The history of Titanium dates back to the 18th century. The name was derived from Greek mythology, specifically the Titans who were known for their extreme and superior strength. Titanium is the only element possessing the strength of steel, yet with a weight comparable to aluminum.

Titanium has impacted mankind more than any single element. Its diverse qualities have taken us to the depths of the ocean and to the far reaches of space. As a matter of fact, 85% of the space shuttle’s structure is made of titanium. It is used in surgery inside our bodies and its lightweight properties make it one of the best metals to be used in our sporting equipment. It has been only in the last few years that we have begun to explore the artistic benefits of this miraculous material. Elegantjewelry.com offers a wide variety of Titanium jewelry in many styles to fit your discerning taste.

Titanium is the only element that offers the unique combination of beauty, strength, light weight and bio-compatibility. Titanium now commands the highest levels of quality for many consumer product industries; including sporting equipment, medical, automotive and marine, art and architecture, gift ware and, of course, jewelry. Even credit cards now tout their ultimate achievement with a titanium designation.

The unique and exceptional properties of titanium:

Highest ratio between strength and density of all metallic materials

Extreme mechanical and thermal loading capacity

Extreme tensile strength - stronger than steel but 42% lighter

High corrosion resistance, particularly against oxygen

Extremely bio-compatible because of it’s tissue compatibility and it’s elastic attributes

Titanium belongs to an elite category of elements identified as strategic metals. Titanium is an element (symbol Ti) like gold, silver and platinum Titanium has a melting point of 3020 F (1660C) and a boiling point of 5949 F (3287C). It is a silvery white non ferrous metal with the highest strength to weight ratio of any known element. For this reason titanium is the favored material in the aerospace industry. 85% of the structural components in the Space Shuttle are made of titanium. The average commercial aircraft contains over 1 ton of titanium.

“Few materials have as much potential for dynamic growth during the 1990's, and beyond, as titanium. It's on the cutting edge of some really exciting and extraordinary developments, many of which are in newly emerging technologies." - Sen. John Glenn

Titanium has been embraced by the medical world for its superior bio-compatibility, and is the preferred material for surgical instruments and implants. Titanium is inert and therefore completely corrosion resistant. It does not react to salt water, sunlight, or any body chemistry. Titanium is 100% hypoallergenic. Titanium is the preferred material for surgical tools, implants, pacemaker cases and other internal casings. It won’t react with any part of the body, even those persons most sensitive to other materials. When a person has an allergic reaction when wearing a pair of gold or silver earrings due to the alloys, it is recommended that they switch over to titanium earrings. And unlike silver, titanium will never tarnish. This makes Titanium the perfect choice to be in Elegantjewelry.com’s catalog of designs.


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