Anodizing is a multi-step process whereby aluminum is electrochemically processed to form a layer of aluminum oxide (anodic) coating which protects the aluminum beneath. The coating can also be cosmetically enhanced by dying it as a step in the anodizing process. Surface cleanliness and preparation is the key to good anodizing results.
Anodized finishes have made aluminum one of the most respected and widely used materials today in the production of thousands of consumer, commercial and industrial products.
Types of Anodizing:
- MIL-A-8625 specifications for Type II, Class 1 and Class 2.
- Black and Clear: 60 inches
- Other Colours: 30 inches