Pure Titanium Drinkware
Why use titanium instead of stainless steel?
Stainless steel, when used with acidic or alkaline beverages or in prolonged damp conditions, tends to release heavy metals and cannot meet the demands of a high-quality, healthy lifestyle.
Pure Titanium: It is a universally recognized biocompatible and healthy metal with no toxicity or harm. Titanium implants in the heart and blood pose no risk, and titanium is about half the weight of stainless steel at the same volume!
Stainless Steel: It contains chromium, nickel, and molybdenum to prevent rust (18% chromium and 8% nickel). Chromium, nickel, and molybdenum are all heavy metals. If you store juices, milk, tea, and other beverages in stainless steel, heavy metals can leach out because they all contain acidic substances. Acidic substances can react chemically with stainless steel and release heavy metals, which can be harmful to the human body.
Titanium metal is a completely non-toxic metal for the human body. Titanium has antibacterial properties, and titanium containers can inhibit bacterial growth. Harmful bacteria cannot survive in a titanium environment, a feat only achieved by titanium products in everyday life. Titanium metal products are known for their resistance to strong acids and corrosion. This is because in the presence of oxygen in the air, titanium forms a dense and strong layer of titanium dioxide on the surface, protecting the titanium body from corrosion.
Titanium (Ti) is widely recognized as a biocompatible metal with strong compatibility with the human body.
Titanium (Ti) can resist various acidic and alkaline substances without releasing heavy metals and has antimicrobial and freshness-preserving properties.
Titanium (Ti) has been widely used in the fields of medicine and aerospace.
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