How magnetic is titanium? What is it for?
Titanium itself is not magnetic, and titanium alloys without iron are not magnetic either, so it can effectively avoid magnetic interference. Used for submarine housing, does not cause mine explosion. Besides used in national defense, air force, home to weapons manufacture, are widely used in railway engineering, communications, aerospace, aviation, high-tech laboratories, hospitals, scanning, X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (fmri), electrocardiogram (ecg), cathode ray tube), medicine, nuclear industry, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), high magnetic spectrometer, tesla magnets, outdoor work, pier construction, diving, chemical industry, fire protection, water desalination, Shipbuilding, offshore oil and gas platforms, salt industry, etc.