Titanium,rising in the field of consumer products?

The 2017 “Titanium into Gold” China Titanium Consumer Products Exchange Conference was like a fire, and like a “spark that started a prairie fire”, it helped the development of China’s titanium consumer products – from 2017 to 2023, looking back, China’s titanium consumer products are now developing rapidly. Daya Bay’s first-generation titanium products The research and development and production of civilian products are in full swing. Zhejiang Yongkang Hardware Production regards titanium consumer products as the “sixth gold”. Baoji, Xinjiang, Hunan, Henan, Panzhihua, Jiangsu, Yunnan and other places have become raw material production bases for titanium consumer products. Like magic, titanium tubes and titanium plates have become medical products, cups, tea sets, kitchen utensils… The “biophilic metal” properties of titanium benefit people’s health.

One generation of materials, one generation of products. In the process of development, in the pursuit of a better life in food, clothing, housing and transportation, human beings are also looking for materials that are beneficial to human health. Cast iron products, stainless steel products, ceramic products, glass products… Various products come in various forms and serve people. life. In the 1950s, titanium metal, which “originated as a military product,” slowly entered people’s daily lives with its “biophilic metal” properties. Titanium civilian daily products have quietly arrived, and consumers who have used titanium civilian daily products have already experienced Due to the biophilic properties of titanium, not only is there no heavy metal pollution from other materials, but it also has a fresh-keeping and antibacterial effect. The “biophilic metal” properties of titanium are most vividly demonstrated in the field of medical implants.

Our country has become the largest titanium producer and consumer in the world. Can we make a sudden breakthrough in the field of titanium civilian daily necessities? Can the development of the titanium industry be promoted in the “dual cycle” development? Can we see a larger market for titanium products as we step out of the titanium circle? Can technological breakthroughs in the research and development of titanium civilian products be achieved through cross-border, integration, and innovation? Questions are placed before us one after another, and we need to discuss them together.