KROLL


In 1932 , William Justin Kroll invented the Kroll method that energy production began. Titanium's refining method is named after its name and is known as "the father of titanium industry", which shows the unyielding research spirit of William Justin Kroll and the "model status" in the field of titanium. KROLL @ Croller Titanium Technology is designed to be absolutely "friendly" with the spirit of being such a model, using "pure titanium" that is as light, high-resistance and pure as angel feathers.


The design and innovation of KROLL@Croller Titanium Technology is based on the care of the environment and is based on all the needs of "people". In the humanized design, we create "very peace of mind" and "light fashion" products. It gives people more health and convenience, creates unlimited possibilities for human life, and hopes to slow down the earth's energy and resource consumption and optimize the future living environment. Friendly and exemplary, it is the absolute insistence of KROLL. 

TITANIUM


  Light But Strong


Titanium is a lightweight metal. It is three times as strong as aluminum and matches the strength of steel at half the weight. Titanium is called 'space-age metal' for its advantageous strength-to-weight property and is widely used in aerospace, navigation science and energy industry.



  Acid And Alkali Resistant


Titanium's strength remains high within a wide temperature range of -235C to 500C. Titanium's remarkable ability to resist corrosion from seawater, sweat, citric acid, soda, tea and coffee makes it an outstanding choice for food containers and flatware.



  No Leaching


Titanium is non-toxic. Our products are made of pure titanium and do not release toxic metals in acidic or alkaline environments or with prolonged use. Stainless steel contains small traces of nickel and chromium which could leach into food.



  Antibacterial


Titanium's natural anti-mildew and antibacterial properties suppress bacterial growth and eliminate odor. Titanium is highly resistant to extreme temperature and corrosive environments,