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Titanium Instruments is lightweight with a high tensile strength. Titanium Instruments is corrosion resistant, non-ferrous, non-magnetic and bio-compatible.Titanium surgical instruments offer several advantages over stainless steel instruments: Titanium is durable, even after repeated autoclave.
Anodized titanium surgical instruments are non-reflective.
First, Titanium is 40% lighter than stainless steel, which reduces hand fatigue. Lightweight surgical instrument are simply easier to handle, Especially during long surgical procedures or dissections or when performing repetitive tasks. This also means that titanium surgical tools are more flexible than their stainless steel counterparts.
With the strength of steel, Titanium Surgical Instruments are durable, allowing you to repeatedly sterilize them without fear of damaging the surfaces or cutting edges. Because titanium may be heated up to 440°F, titanium surgical instruments may be Autoclaves as needed.
Because titanium is a non-ferrous metal, it will not rust. It resists corrosion even in the presence of oxidizing acids (like nitric acid), chlorides, saltwater, and industrial and organic chemicals. If you are doing any work with MRIs, you will want to consider titanium surgical instruments, because they are 100% non-magnetic.
Titanium Naturally a Gray Metal But by Anodizing Surgical Instruments, Producers Change the surface Properties of the Metal. Titanium Surgical Instruments can come in a Rainbow of Colors, but they are Blue.