Our Titanium tools are used by Boeing, Lockheed Martin & Airbus.
Members of the U.S. military Explosive Ordinance Disposal teams keep asking for us to make light weight, non-magnetic wrenches for working on magnetically sensitive devices, and this is what we provide them:
This is a project we have been working on for two years. Most wrenches are forged from tool steel, but It was determined that this wrench must be Titanium. Why Titanium? It’s extremely corrosion resistant, featuring No/Low magnetic signature. Extraordinarily strong, titanium possesses a greater strength-to-weight ratio than stainless, steel or aluminum. Titanium weighs about 60% less than steel in density, producing tools at nearly half the weight of steel.
Titanium is a great material for wrenches because of its unique combination of properties. Some of the most important properties of titanium that make it suitable for use in wrenches include:
Lightweight: Titanium is much lighter than other metals commonly used in wrenches, such as steel. This makes it easier to handle and reduces user fatigue during extended use.
High Strength: Despite its lightweight, titanium is extremely strong and durable. This makes it resistant to wear and tear, and able to withstand heavy loads without breaking or deforming.
Corrosion Resistant: Titanium has excellent resistance to corrosion and does not rust, even in harsh environments. This makes it ideal for use in harsh, outdoor environments where exposure to moisture, salt, and other corrosive substances is a concern.
Non-Magnetic: Unlike steel, titanium is non-magnetic, which makes it ideal for use in applications where magnetic interference is a concern.
Biocompatibility: Titanium is also biocompatible, meaning it does not react with living tissues or cause any adverse reactions. This makes it suitable for use in medical and dental implants and other applications where biocompatibility is important.
Overall, titanium's combination of strength, light weight, corrosion resistance, non-magnetic properties, and biocompatibility make it an excellent material for wrenches and other tools that need to be strong, lightweight, and durable.
Note: Some of the pics include the 3" Titanium wrench for scale
We ship orders Worldwide. If you don't see your country as an option at checkout let us know and we can help. Customs delays in some cases can add a couple weeks of delays in some cases depending on time of year. For example during the holiday rush wait times can be longer for customs clearance so order early. We ship within 1-2 business days Monday - Friday
Where do you ship & how fast?
Service Shipping Time Speed Of Delivery / Weight First Class Domestic 2–5 Business Days Standard ( under 16 Ounces ) Priority Mail Domestic 1-4 Business Days Fast ( Over 16 Ounces ) First Class International 7+ Business Days - Varies by Destination & Customs Clearance Standard ( Under 64 Ounces ) Priority International 5+ Days - Varies by Destination & Customs Clearance Fast ( Over 64 Ounces )
How long does shipping take?
How do I track my order?
We ship orders Worldwide. If you don't see your country as an option at checkout let us know and we can help.
Customs delays in some cases can add a couple weeks of delays in some cases depending on time of year. For example during the holiday rush wait times can be longer for customs clearance so order early.
We ship within 1-2 business days Monday - Friday
We want you to be excited and happy with everything you buy from CountyComm so we offer quick & easy returns so you never have to worry ( Click Here )
I use this for wreck diving, and it’s lasted so far. I only have one dive with it, but the weight saving and anti corrosion properties alone are worth it. Also nice to have as a lightweight car/travel tool kit.
Crazy expensive and crazy good! You have to hold one in your hand to truly appreciate how light, a strong, fully functional, large, adjustable wrench can be. My eyes see it in my hand and my brain does a double take trying to reconcile the light weight. The machining is top notch with no sharp edges. If you can afford it, go for it, you will not be disappointed. It is the crown jewel of my titanium tools. How about some titanium pliers next Mike?