Titanium anodizing is a process that that builds up a layer of oxide on the surface of the metal part, this results in bright, vibrant colours that last indefinitely, resisting decolouration and fading over time. Anodizing unlike coating or dyes does not add any foreign materials to the part meaning your part will be colourful and hardened without having to alter surface proprieties. There are multiple uses such as colour coding for product or size identification and decorative finishes.

The main application and industry benefits from titanium anodizing is medical use colour coding different parts for crucial instant recognition to help save time while improving accuracy. Examples of parts are dental implants, orthopaedic instruments, medical instruments, device components. Other aerospace to identify parts while improving accuracy and timing during assembly.

Both improving construction of parts down assembly line or accurate identification of medical and dental implants find titanium anodizing to be vital as it meets industry standards while making it simple and more efficient.


Sanitary Finish: Titanium anodizing creates colour naturally, this means the part are given these colours without the use of foreign additives, keeping them in a natural state. This sanitary additive-free finish allows the part to retain its metallurgical proprieties of metal such as high corrosive resistance and ability to withstand high temperature environments. This makes titanium anodizing popular with medical and dental application where part identification is crucial.


Decorative: Creates a vibrant and consistent finish. Gives surface part even all over colour that can be used for marketing parts aesthetically unique and decorative.