Tritanium   Tritanium Plates

Tritanium is an extremely strong alloy of titanium and other metals. Tritanium armor is much more effective than Plasteel.
  — In-Game Description 
Tritanium I II III IV V
Mass 40t 65t 105t 170t 270t
Health 120 185 275 415 610
Ship Lab Required IV IV V VI VII
Prerequisites Plasteel I Plasteel II Plasteel III Plasteel IV Plasteel V
Time 7m 15m 1h 08m 6h 56m 1d 11h 44m
Helium-3 6,600 45,300 305,700 2,026,400 9,531,990
Antimatter 0 0 0 0 1,059,110
Time 1m 00s 2m 00s 4m 30s 18m 00s 1h 21m 00s
Helium-3 700 4,580 30,660 202,800 953,424
Antimatter 0 0 0 0 105,936
Time 2m 00s 3m 05s 4m 35s 6m 55s 10m 10s

Tritanium I, II, III, IV, and V Respectively


Tritanium is a miner rebellion armor type. It is the second armor researched by players. It is commonly seen in lower level fleets and is the direct upgrade over Plasteel.

Strategy and Setup


Tritanium is a much stronger and efficient armor in comparison to Plasteel. They are commonly used by low level players replacing Plasteel, equipping them on Talon frigates and Rancor battleships. Lighter variants are more efficient mass to armor ratio than in comparison to Plasteel.


However Tritanium is almost instantly outclassed by Iridium which offers more armor and a rather moderate repair. Tritanium is usually unused in mid-level PvP because it doesn't give enough armor.


  • Tritanium is a pun of Tri (three) and Titanium. Both metals are very similar, but Tritanium uses other metals (most likely two others) alloyed with Titanium to make it even stronger. As of now, no real-life alloy goes by the name "Tritanium".


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