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Specific Gravity of our Rings


Density of our rings


The specific gravity is a good way to determine between the different weights of our rings. The measurement is the density of the different metals compared to each other, to help you determine their weights, and anticipate if perhaps a certain metal is suitable for you.


For instance, platinum is nearly 5 times heavier than our lightest metal titanium, so platinum is not an option if you require a lightweight ring.


Titanium

Platinum Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 4.5

Zirconia Ceramic

Black Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 6.0

Cobalt

Cobalt Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 8.9

Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 10.4

Gold

Gold Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 9ct 10.9 to 12.7

Specific Gravity of 18ct 15.2 to 15.9

Palladium

Palladium Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 12.0

Tungsten

Tungsten Carbide Rings


Specific Gravity of 14.3

Tantalum

Platinum Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 16.6

Platinum

Platinum Wedding Rings


Specific Gravity of 21.4





New Tantalum Rings