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In addition to being the #1 provider and supplier of titanium tools, Imprex also enjoys long-standing relationships with other bronze tool manufacturers. We may still be able to fill your needs with a mixture of titanium and bronze tools. We're always happy to assist you in designing special tools as your needs require-just ask!
Non-Magnetic MRI Safety Titanium Tools- Imprex International, Inc.
2916 Mamlo Road Arlington Heights, IL 60005
P: 847-364-4930 F: 847-364-4963
E: sales@imprex.net

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FAQs

HOW STRONG IS TITANIUM?
We use only finest grade of titanium that applicable for tool production-6AL-4V, which has a tensile strength of 150,000 psi.

IF I DON'T SEE A TOOL, CAN IMPREX HELP ME FIND IT?
In addition to being the #1 provider and supplier of titanium tools, Imprex also enjoys long-standing relationships with other bronze tool manufacturers. We may still be able to fill your needs with a mixture of titanium and bronze tools.

DO YOUR TOOLS COME WITH A WARRANTY?
Imprex guarantees the workmanship on all of our products for one year from purchase. If there is ever a defect in the assembly of any Imprex product, we will fix or replace the product after evaluation. Please check our warranty tab at the bottom of the website for more information.

WHY IS TITANIUM USED AS A MATERIAL OF CONSTRUCTION?
Titanium is the choice of MRI, NMR, bio-medical, diagnostic imaging, PET-CT and high Tesla Magnet manufacturers because it is non-ferrous and therefore, non-magnetic. It also provides excellent resistance to corrosion; a superior strength-to-weight ratio, superior erosion resistance, and high heat transfer efficiency.

WHERE DOES TITANIUM COME FROM?
Titanium is the 9 th most abundant element in the earth's crust. It is found in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, China , Australia , Russia , and other countries
IS TITANIUM AUTOCLAVEABLE
Titanium itself is autoclaveable for lab uses. However, our screwdriver handles and plastic T-handle wrenches will not hold up to the process. For autoclaveable purposes we suggest the formed screwdrivers, or the formed key T-handle wrenches.