Implant Grade Titanium (6AL4V ELI F-136)

Titanium is an extremely lightweight, elemental metal. The specific alloy used for body jewelry is 6AL4V (6% aluminum, 4% vanadium), specifically 136 grade. Titanium is the most bio-compatible of all metals due to its total resistance to attack by body fluids.

The wide range of titanium colors is produced through anodizing, not dyeing. During anodizing, the jewelry is submerged in an electrolyte solution and voltage is applied creating an oxide layer on the jewelry. The color results from refraction of light through the oxide layer, and the thickness of the layer determines the color.

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