Aluminum Hard Coat Anodizing is similar to standard anodizing in that it is also a controlled electrochemical process. The main difference is that Hardcoat Anodizing strengthens or adds to the process of standard anodizing. During the hard coat anodizing process, an anodic film...Read More
Passivation improves the corrosion resistance properties of components made of precipitation-hardened, austenitic, ferritic and martensitic steels. Passivation treatments improve the surface condition of stainless steel by dissolving iron that has been imbedded in the surface...Read More
Currently, there are many types of paints that can be applied to metals and plastics. A paint color should be chosen by the functionality that you are trying to achieve. Listed below you will find a few examples of different paints that we apply. If your application requires...Read More
Powder coating is a great option for most aluminum and steel parts. Due to advancements in powder coating, there are now many colors and textures available. We Offer Urethane, Polyester, Epoxy, and Hybrid Powder Coatings In Wrinkle, Hammertone, and Fine Textures. Specialty...Read More
Aluminium alloys are anodized to increase corrosion resistance, to increase surface hardness, and to allow dyeing (coloring), improved lubrication, or improved adhesion. The anodic layer is non-conductive. When exposed to air at room temperature, or any other gas containing...Read More
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Aluminium alloys are anodized to increase corrosion resistance, to increase surface hardness, and to allow dyeing (coloring), improved lubrication, or improved adhesion. The anodic layer is non-conductive.