Architectural Titanium

Due to its relative inertness, titanium is considered to be environmentally friendly. It is 100% recyclable, does not degrade, and as a result, does not contaminate the environment. Other metals when exposed to environmental pollutants erode or corrode and leach metallic ions in to the ground water causing environmental problems.

With responsibility for “green building product specification”, titanium has the edge being the most inert and having the longest life cycle of all architectural metals.

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