Anodize Type II

Anodize Type II

Aluminum Anodize Type II is an electrolytic process that transforms the surface of aluminum into an aluminum oxide coating. The product becomes more durable, improving corrosion and abrasion resistance. Due to the porous nature of the oxide coating, the material now becomes a blank canvas where it is possible to dye it in a variety of different colors, or it may also be silkscreened and imprinted with graphics, as required.

Anodize Type III

Anodize Type III

Anodize Type III (hard coat) is an electro-chemical process that transforms the surface of the metal into an aluminum oxide coating. Amongst the benefits of Type III Anodizing is superb abrasion and wear resistance, and excellent dielectric properties.

Bright Dip Anodizing

Bright Dip Anodizing

Bright Dip or Chemical Polishing is a pre-treatment used to enhance the sheen of aluminum. Anodizing the product after bright dipping will protect the metal against corrosion and preserve the luster of the metal.

Phosphoric Acid Anodizing (PAA)

Also known as the Boeing process, PAA is recognized as an excellent preparation for adhesive bonding in the aerospace industry. The oxide film formed during the anodizing process has greater durability under adverse conditions than films formed in chromic acid...
Sulfuric Acid Anodizing Type IIB

Sulfuric Acid Anodizing Type IIB

Type IIB is a thin sulfuric acid anodizing, for use as a non-chromate alternative for Type I and Type IB coatings, where corrosion resistance, paint adhesion and fatigue resistance is required. Request Quote
PTFE Impregnated Anodizing

PTFE Impregnated Anodizing

PTFE is a process which meets the requirements of MIL-A-63576. During the process, an aluminum oxide coating is impregnated with PTFE to increase the wear and corrosion resistance, hardness and lubricity of anodized aluminum. It transforms the surface of aluminum into...