One of the most notable advantages of titanium is its strength. It’s among the strongest and most durable metals on the planet, which is why it’s used in so many industrial applications. In fact, titanium has the highest strength-to-density ratio of any metallic element on the periodic table, attesting to its benefits. Titanium (unalloyed) rivals steel in terms of strength but is less dense, making it the preferred choice among many professionals.Another key advantage associated with titanium is its natural resistance to rust and corrosion. When metal is exposed to moisture, it triggers a chemical process known as oxidation, which can subsequently lead to corrosion. The good news is that certain metals are naturally resistant to this phenomenon, including titanium. Whether it’s used indoors or outdoors, it will hold for years without succumbing to the effects of rust and corrosion.

It is these advantages that were the driver for the development of the award winning Minimis minuscule LED landscape luminaire luminaires.  These have been developed in the United States and combine these advantages with extremely small form factors.  Along with their IP67 rating, the Iris, Thumbstack, Quantum and Dot ranges are ideally suited for exterior and harsh environments.