Non-conductive Ring Options
How do I find a non-conductive ring – Ideal for Electricians and Mechanics?
For years those men in the field of electrical or mechanical fields have had limited options when it came to being able to wear wedding rings. Over the years alternative metal rings have come into the ring forefront and have taken off for those that seek something other than the traditional gold wedding band, yet still nothing for those in some fields of work.
In the article we will address the various metals now open to electricians, mechanics or any guy that seeks a non-conductive wedding or fashion ring.
Ceramic and Seranite rings are very easy to care for and require little maintenance in the long run. At most, care suggestions will call for occasional polishing with a damp cloth. You won’t have to worry about plating your ring or discoloration, tarnishing, or scratches. Due to the unique nature of the material, rings made from this alternative material are ideal for those seeking a non-conductive option. These rings are typically black in color.
Silicone wedding rings break away after 40lbs of pressure. They are designed for men who need their ring to help keep them safe. They are flexible. They are well crafted. A nontraditional alternative so that every man can enjoy showing off a beautiful symbol of commitment, without putting his hands at risk of injury. Firemen, police officers, military service members, and factory workers. Some men’s professions require them to put themselves in the line of danger every day. Although gloves or specialty gear can protect them, they have to do everything they can to minimize the risks they encounter. Men who work in these fields can’t enjoy the same freedom to show themselves as committed to their spouses, or they have to remove their ring and risk losing it during a mission. If your husband is out in the world, making a difference and taking risks, then he’s the type of guy who wears a silicone wedding ring.
Although some other options such as Carbon Fiber inlay are at times an option. These types of designs usually come in conductive metals such as Tungsten Carbide or Titanium. If you seek this design, always check the metal it is combined with to ensure a non-conductive option.