The difference between pure titanium vacuum mug and stainless steel vacuum mug is the difference between liquid and raw materials. Stainless steel vacuum flasks cannot hold acidic beverages such as juice, tea, milk, traditional Chinese medicine, fruit powder granules, carbonated drinks, etc., but titanium vacuum flasks are not limited. Beverages also have a certain preservation function.
According to the quality inspection staff of the vacuum flask company, since the main material of the stainless steel vacuum flask is stainless steel, and the melting point of stainless steel is high, there will be no problem in filling plain water. However, stainless steel is afraid of strong acid. If a drink with strong acidity is loaded for a long time, it is likely to cause damage to its inner liner. Damage to the inner liner of the stainless steel vacuum flask will cause the chromium, nickel and manganese elements contained in the stainless steel to accelerate the migration, and it is possible to migrate more heavy metals in a short time. The scary thing is that this kind of migration is often invisible to the naked eye, which brings great hidden dangers to the health of users.
Chromium: There is a potential risk of damage to the human skin, respiratory system and digestive system, especially long-term use can cause chromium poisoning, damage to the skin and nasal mucosa, and even cause lung cancer and skin cancer in serious cases.
Nickel: 20% of people are allergic to nickel ions. Nickel also affects cardiovascular function, thyroid function, etc., and has carcinogenic and cancer-promoting effects.
Manganese: Excessive long-term consumption will affect the function of the nervous system, resulting in memory loss, lethargy, malaise and other phenomena.