The Application of Titanium Anodizing

The Application of Titanium Anodizing

The Application of Titanium Anodizing Titanium is anodized for both decorative and functional purposes. When titanium is anodized in acidic, neutral, and mildly basic solutions a very thin (0 to 200nm) nonporous, the transparent oxide is produced. The oxide is transparent, but the parts have vivid rainbow-like colors due to interference coloring. Anodizing in strongly alkaline solutions can produce coatings up to several microns which can be used to prevent galling and increase corrosion resistance. The oxide thickness is primarily

What Coatings are Used for MMO Anode in Cathodic Protection?

What Coatings are Used for MMO Anode in Cathodic Protection?

What Coatings are Used for MMO Anode in Cathodic Protection? MMO anodes are charactered by low consumption rate, long service life (comparing with the sacrificial anode), dimensional stability almost during the whole operating life, and lightweight. The uses of mixed metal oxide (MMO) catalytic coated titanium anodes have been growing over decades. MMO anodes can work in the soil, carbonaceous backfill, freshwater, brackish water, seawater, and other working environments. It can be shaped in ribbon, tubular, rod, wire, etc. The

The Property and Application of Titanium Metal

The Property and Application of Titanium Metal

The Property and Application of Titanium Metal The metal titanium has a density between aluminum and steel. It is the ninth most abundant element in the Earth’s crust and the fourth most abundant structural metal. Titanium has the strength of alloyed steel and the density of aluminum. Uses for titanium have expanded, based on its inherent properties as well as on the development of new alloys. The major use is still in airborne applications, such as engines, airframes, missiles, and spacecraft. Aerospace applications

Titanium Implantation in the Human Body

Titanium Implantation in the Human Body

Application of Titanium Implantation in the Human Body Due to its biocompatibility, low toxicity, high mechanical strength, and low density, titanium is an excellent material for the production of orthodontic, prosthetic, and cardiovascular implants. All of these devices have to last an entire lifetime immersed in human body fluids without the possibility of inspection and maintenance, and therefore their corrosion resistance is a priority. Titanium biocompatibility is strongly related to its corrosion resistance; in fact, lower


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