Anodizing is a process that increases the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of aluminum. Anodizing improves resistance to corrosion and wear, and provides better adhesion for primers and glue. We serve a variety of markets with our modern anodizing line.
Our large tanks (30’ by 8’) allow us to anodize almost anything. That includes (but is not limited to):
- Standard linear extrusions
- Stretch formed curves
- Brake metal shapes
- Aluminum assemblies
- Small fabricated parts
- Commercial (min .1 mils)
- Class II (min .4 mils)
- Class I (min .7 mils)
Finishes are available in clear or electrolytic color, from Champagne to Black.
In addition to the standard caustic etch finish, we also offer an acid etch finish.