Titanium foil material is mainly used for treble film of loudspeaker and horn. Titanium foil is used for high fidelity and clear and bright sound. Titanium foil materials can also be used for precision accessories, for bone implants, etc.
Titanium metal looks like steel and has silver-gray light translation. It is a transition metal, which has been considered as a rare metal for a long time in the past. Titanium isn't a rare metal. It makes up about 0.42% of the earth's crust by weight, 16 times more than copper, nickel, lead and zinc combined. It ranks seventh in the world of metals, with more than 70 titanium-containing minerals. Titanium has high strength, low density, high hardness, high melting point and strong corrosion resistance. High purity titanium has a good plasticity but becomes brittle and hard in the presence of impurities.
In addition, titanium foil is widely used in the field of orthopedics. The main advantage is that the elastic modulus is closer to the bone and does not affect Mr Examination, making it harder for bacteria to grow on it. At present, most of the internal fixation materials in spine surgery are titanium alloy, and titanium mesh is mainly used to replace the vertebral body during fusion, such as titanium cage, artificial vertebral body, etc. If only intervertebral fusion or peek and other materials are more widely used, titanium alloy is used less and less.
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