Architectural Titanium

When titanium is used as roofing or exterior wall cladding, its initial material cost is higher than that of other metals. Fabrication and installation prices will be the same as for other metals, therefore fabricated and installed titanium is only 5% to 10% more than stainless steel. Titanium’s virtually perfect corrosion resistance eliminates the need for repair and continuous maintenance. In total life cycle cost, titanium has a clear advantage over other metals. This advantage becomes even more marked in highly corrosive environments, such as coastal, urban and industrial areas. Taking into consideration titanium’s long life cycle, it outweighs all other architectural metal in long-term cost performance.

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