Anodizing is a metal finishing process used to give aluminum a stronger surface that is very hard and exceptionally wear-resistant.
Anodize is done by covering the surface of the part both with a penetration and a build-up of aluminum oxide. Unlike paint, which can flake off if not applied properly, anodized finishes are actually formed from the original material. The aluminum can also be dyed at the end of the anodizing process to get a cosmetic, colored finish.
Specifications: Type II and Type III
Anodizing provides corrosion resistance and can give your product a glossy or metallic finish. Exterior anodic coatings prevent chipping and peeling from ultraviolet rays. The low maintenance cost and inexpensive finishing make anodizing an appealing option. Let our professionals help you find the best option for finishing your product.