Anodizing is an electrochemical process that thickens and toughens the naturally occurring protective oxide. The resulting finish - depending on the process - is the second hardest substance known to man, second only to diamonds. The anodic coating is part of the metal but has a porous structure which allows secondary infusions such as dye, Teflon etc.
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- Durability: Long life span, unmatched adhesion
- Color Stability: Resistant to UV rays, won't chip or peel
- Easy Maintenance: No scars or wear, restore to original finish with mild soap and water
- Low Cost: Lower initial cost, lower maintenance cost
- Aesthetics: Larger color selection. Aluminum maintains metallic appearance
- Health & Safety: Process not harmful to human health, will not decompose, is non-toxic and heat resistant
- MIL-Spec 8625F
- Type II Class 1 & 2
- Clear or Colors
- 20+ Assorted colors
- Custom color matching
- 3-5 day turnaround or expedite available
- Proto-type or high volume runs
- 16' tanks
For more information concerning Anodizing, download our Anodizing Reference Guide.