Available in a broad range of thicknesses, widths, and grades for medical devices, they come as wide as 17.5" and as thin as 2µm (0.00008") with controlled, consistent quality.
Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corp., a subsidiary of Compass Diversified and leading global manufacturer of high-performance magnets, magnetic assemblies, precision thin metals and highly loaded composites, announces its range of titanium foils and alloys. Arnold offers thin cold-rolled titanium in a variety of CP Grades and alloys and an exceptionally broad range of thicknesses and widths for many applications, including medical devices, that require a strong, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, biocompatible material that is highly workable, ductile, and weldable. Arnold’s range of products can be found across the medical industry, from advanced diagnostic, laboratory and surgical equipment to prosthetics, implants, drug delivery systems and radiation shielding. Titanium Anode
As the global leader in ultra-thin cold-rolled metal strip and foil, Arnold achieves unmatched thinness while maintaining controlled, consistent mechanical and physical quality. Arnold’s “Ultra Thin Gauge” foil is available in thickness down to 2µm (0.00008"), in addition to the “Thin Gauge” options (0.020" – 0.0005").
Widths are available up to 17.5", depending on thickness. For example, foil 0.0029" to 0.001" thick has a maximum width of 16.5". Widths as narrow as 0.031" can be achieved through slitting.
Arnold offers multiple Commercially Pure (CP) grades with 99%+ pure titanium. Options include Grade 1 which has the highest purity of commercially available titanium with excellent corrosion resistance to chlorides, and Grade 2, the most commonly specified grade of CP titanium, which has good ductility with excellent corrosion resistance especially to seawater and Grade 4 which is the strongest CP grade and is certified per AMS standards.
Titanium Ingot Available titanium alloys include Grade 9, 15-3-3-3, Grade 23, and Beta21s, a high strength material engineered specifically to improve resistance to oxidation and creep along with enhanced elevated temperature strength and stability.