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By AMY | 31 December 2022 | 0 Comments

Titanium products can blend in with our everyday life in various ways

Titanium metal is environmentally friendly because it has such superior properties as light-weight, high strength, corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility, and it can be recycled easily thanks to its property of changing little over time. Accordingly, it is being utilized for various applications in our everyday life, ranging from aircraft to daily necessities.

You could say that aerospace is suitable for making the most of the properties of titanium, such as light-weight, high strength, and excellent corrosion resistance. Titanium that can realize light-weight while maintaining strength is a material essential for evolution of aircraft whose goal is not only the pursuit of economic performance, but also further improvement of fuel efficiency.

Features Light-weight, high strength, and high corrosion resistance
Examples of
purposes of use
Jet engine parts (such as fans and compressors), structural materials for aircraft bodies, fuel tanks, landing gears, bolts, and springs

Reasons why titanium is chosen

About half of the global demand for titanium is from aerospace. Titanium began to be used in large amounts in the 1960s primarily as a material for jet engines owing to its characteristics of being light and strong, and it is also used in parts of the aircraft body, including the landing gear, leading edge, and bolts.
In addition, as light Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP) is used in the many parts of the aircraft body, titanium, which has a thermal expansion coefficient close to that of CFRP and has no issues of corrosion, is being used more broadly because it is highly compatible with CFRP.

General industry

Various chemical plants

Titanium, which is relatively resistant to corrosion by a number of chemicals and seawater, is utilized widely in plants, such as liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants, seawater desalination plants, and chemical plants.

Features Light-weight, high strength, and high corrosion resistance
Examples of
purposes of use
Turbine blades, seawater desalination equipment and condensers at power/seawater desalination plants; electrodes, storage tanks, plumbing, and bulbs at chemical plants/electrolysis facilities
  Tank truck
    • Regarding tank trucks that carry such chemicals as sodium hypochlorite and sodium chromate, light-weight, highly corrosion-resistant, and strong titanium is used as a material for tanks.
      Heat exchanger
      Titanium is used as a safe and economical material for heat exchangers that are used under harsh conditions, including high temperature and high pressure.


Architecture and monuments

With its light-weight, long-term durability, and material texture being recognized, titanium is used for roofs of traditional chinese architecture, museums, and roofs and exteriors of domed stadiums and has now earned a reputation as the new and best building material.

Sporting and leisure goods

Titanium is used in a wider range of applications in our daily life, including not only golf clubs, but also tennis rackets, wristwatches, glasses, knives, jewelry, and sculptures.

Features Light-weight, high strength, fashionability, high corrosion resistance, and biocompatibility
Examples of
purposes of use
Golf equipment, tennis rackets, ski goods, bicycles, and mountain-climbing gear
Titanium driver heads

Titanium alloy is used for the head of drivers. Driver heads made of titanium are gaining popularity because light and large heads improve a flying distance and direction accuracy.

Daily necessities

Wristwatches and glasses

Titanium, which possesses such properties as light-weight, corrosion resistance, biocompatibility (which means that it does not trigger metal allergies), and moderate springiness, is used widely as a material for glass frames. It is also used for wristwatches for the same reason, and the luxurious texture of titanium is one of its selling points.


Titanium is used broadly for jewelry, including pierced earrings, clip-on earrings, necklaces, tiepins, and cufflinks, because it is light, does not cause metal allergies, and has unique texture and fashionability.

Kitchen knives and other knives

Titanium is suited for kitchen knives because it causes no harm to the human body and is sanitary. It has superior properties, such as light-weight and user friendliness, while titanium knives can be kept sharp six times longer than stainless knives.


As titanium is highly biocompatible and seldom induces metallic allergy, it is broadly utilized as a material for implants, such as artificial dental roots and artificial bones, and its application field is expanding.

Features Non-toxicity, biocompatibility, high corrosion resistance, and high strength
Examples of
purposes of use
Materials for artificial bones, heart valves, pacemakers, surgical instruments, dental roots, and shape-memory alloys
Dental instruments made of titanium

In the dental field, many tools made of titanium alloy, which is lighter than steel, are used. Such tools made of titanium are superior to those made of stainless steel in corrosion resistance and strength.

Artificial dental roots

Since titanium is highly biocompatible and harmless to the human body, it is used as a material for artificial dental roots.

Offshore engineering

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Features High corrosion resistance and light-weight
Examples of
purposes of use
Runway D of the Haneda Airport, coating of steel pipe piles for corrosion prevention, marine bridge piers, and fittings
Piers for Runway D of the Haneda Airport
Tokyo Wan Aqua-Line Expressway (titanium-coated bridge piers)
Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) plants

Ocean thermal energy conversion, which is attracting attention as a new power generation method, generates power by circulating the mixture of ammonia and water based on the variation in seawater temperature. Titanium, which can tolerate seawater, is most suited for pipes and devices for realizing this power generation.

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