Type II Technical Anodizing

Is an electrolytic process that grows the natural oxide layer on aluminum parts for protection from wear and corrosion. The coating is formed while parts are sunken into an electrolytic solution and direct current is introduced. After the process is complete, the oxide layer is integral to the aluminum substrate below, which means it won’t chip or flake.

The manufacturing design of any type of machine is currently based on aluminum

The use of anodized aluminum is increasingly widespread in the manufacture of any industrial, electronic or consumer product

Lighting as an element of urban furniture is also a great demand for anodized aluminum

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