The Titan Story

How the Titan Brand Came to Be 

2006: Responding to Customer Needs:

Titan’s journey began with a simple yet powerful mission: listen to our customers. Initially experts in metal anodes, we heard our customers’ calls for more – they needed high-quality steel products like chains and shackles. We embraced the challenge.

2009: Rising Above Challenges:

With a dedicated team of engineers and a commitment to quality, we entered the marine chain and shackle market. Despite the skepticism toward imported products, we set our standards high, benchmarking against the best domestic suppliers. Our efforts paid off – Titan Chain and Titan Shackles were born, quickly becoming synonymous with quality and reliability in marine applications.

Expanding Horizons: Into Cordage and Beyond:

Our growth didn’t stop there. As the market evolved, so did we. Entering the cordage industry, we launched a successful dock and fender line program. We continued to innovate, combining our expertise in chain and rope to create prepackaged anchor rode packs – a solution that set new industry standards for efficiency and quality.

Today: A Name Synonymous with Quality: 

Titan stands today as a testament to innovation, quality, and responsiveness to customer needs. Our journey from a humble anode manufacturer to a leader in the marine industry showcases our commitment to excellence. Titan is not just a brand; it’s a promise of quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction.

Testing Titan’s Durability

Titan prides itself in having high strength and quality. The following reports attests to Titan’s durability in the form of a tensile test. 

Tensile testing is a destructive test process that provides information about the tensile strength, yield strength, and ductility of the metallic material. It measures the force required to break a composite and the extent to which the specimen stretches or elongates to that breaking point. In other words, the Tensile Test determines the amount of force the chains can withstand before they break. 

Please see the report below for findings.  

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