Just curious, but how does titanium react with steel?
I sell screws used with watch cases and the screws may also be used
with titanium cases.
These are dive watches (all types of water).
Someone posted the following on a watch site.
"Ti and SS have different oxidation reaction. In normal wearing, water
gets in and that's in addition to the regular air oxidation.
Result is kind of "welding" effect between the 2 metals"
True or false?
Thanks in advance
18 years ago