Titanium and titanium alloys are used in medicine, surgery, patient
implants and for use as instruments throughout the medical and
Standard : ASTM F67, ASTM F136, ISO 5832-3, ISO 5832-2
Bone and Joint Replacement; Cardiovascular Devices; External
Prostheses; Dental Implants; Surgical Instruments; Craniofacial and
Medical grade titanium is used in producing:
Pins, Bone plates, Screws, Bars, Rods, Wires, Posts, Expandable rib
cages, Spinal fusion cages, Finger and toe replacements,
Medical Grade Titanium:
TNTI Ti6Al4V ELI is a preferred grade for medical/dental
applications because of highly favourable combination of
biocompatibility, excellent corrosion resistance, high strength and
low modulus of elasticity. Typical applications are joint
replacement (hip, knee, shoulder), bone fixation devices, surgical
clips, cryogenic vessels, surgical tools.
Ti6Al4V ELI is an alpha-beta titanium alloy mainly used for medical
implant applications. It is an Extra Low Interstitial alloy with a
high purity, which confers improved ductility and fracture
toughness. Ti-6Al-4V ELI offer greater fracture-resistance when
used in dental implants. The implant procedure begins with the
insertion of a titanium screw into the jaw. The screw resembles and
acts like the root of the tooth. After an allotted amount of time
has passed for the bone to have grown into the medical grade
titanium screw, a fake tooth is connected to the implant.
Most all of us know someone who has required orthopedic surgery to
replace a failing hip socket, shoulder joint or severely broken
bone. It’s very likely medical grade titanium was the material of
choice for surgeons when reconstructing these parts of the body.
The natural titanium properties make it a perfect alloy to be used
within the body.
Some of the most common applications for titanium are in hip and
knee replacement surgeries. It is also used to replace shoulder and
elbow joints and to protect the vertebrae following complicated and
invasive back surgery. Titanium pegs are used to attach false eyes
and ears and titanium heart valves are even competing with regular
The grade meets the stringent requirements of all applicable
standards for implant materials. Titanium has been selected as a
metal of choice in the orthopedic segment of the market because it
is inert in the human body, it has been proven to be compatible
with bone density. Being strong and with a low modulus, hence
making it an excellent material of choice in the orthopedic arena.
The human body readily accepts titanium as it has been proven to be
more biocompatible than stainless steel or cobalt chrome. In
addition, titanium has a higher fatigue strength than many other
metals. Compatibility with MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) and CT
(Computed Technology) also contribute to the selection of titanium
as the material of choice in orthopedic applications.
Medical grade titanium has strong compression performance and good
histocompatibility.manufactures Medical Grade Titanium commonly
used in medical science as well as other topnotch applications.