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Conventional anodizing

Anodizing is the process of oxidation of the surface of aluminium and its alloys in a sulfuric acid. During this process, the incoming electricity forms a layer of oxides at the interface of the solution – part phase. The resulting coating is durable and provides good protection against corrosion. The coating can be easily coloured, which increases its decorative value.
The process meets the following standards: MIL-A-8625F, PN EN 2536, PN EN ISO 7599, PN EN 2284, AMS 2471, AMS 2472.

Information for Customers:

When ordering conventional anodizing service, please specify:

  1. Alloy from which the pieces are made
  2. Alloy hardening
  3. Coating thickness
  4. Indication of electrical contact
  5. Technical drawing

 

NOTE:

If the type of alloy is specified incorrectly, the pieces may be damaged.
Maximum dimensions of parts: 1900[mm] x 550[mm] x 700[mm]