Titanium Techniques prides itself on quality, sourcing the best materials from across the world and employing a highly-qualified team of experts to create products to internationally-recognised standards.
Whether you require existing items, or the development of new products, we have a team with the depth and breadth of experience to provide the service you need.
All of our welders are qualified to ASME IX, NORSOK M601, BS EN15614 and hold welder procedure and qualification approval to meet PED.
MAll of our materials are sourced to international standards and maintain their traceability through to delivery.
We hold the ISO 9001/2008 Certificate of Approval; our accreditation was granted by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance.
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|UKAS Approved Registration Body||Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA)|
|Approval Numbers||ISO 9001 – 00002653|
Titanium is gaining popularity in a number of applications and in a wide range of industries due to its physical and chemical properties that make it an especially valuable metal. No other engineering metal has risen so swiftly to pre-eminence in such a wide range and critical and demanding applications, replacing heavier, less serviceable and less cost effective materials. Designing with Titanium has resulted in reliable, economic and more durable systems and components, which in many cases have substantially exceeded performance and life expectancy.
Titanium is so highly valued due to its key properties including:
- Strength - Titanium possesses high strength when alloyed with additional metals and elements. This can produce the desired level of strength or ductility. Titanium is just as strong as steel.
- Lightweight - Titanium is as strong as steel but half the weight. This quality makes it very desirable in a number of applications, including medical and construction industries.
- Corrosion-resistant - Titanium shows outstanding corrosion resistance in a wide range of aggressive media. Whilst most metals will corrode in the presence of salt water, acids, and other chemical solutions, Titanium shows high levels of resilience. It is also very resistant to fire and shock and, unlike steel, is no susceptible to stress corrosion cracking.
- Biological Compatibility - Titanium can be used within the human body due to its bio-inert qualities. This means that titanium is not toxic to the human body and will not be rejected as easily when used in processes such as osseointegration; when a foreign object is fused to human bone in order to provide structural support for prosthetics or implants.
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