Anodizing aluminium

Anodic oxidation (anodizing) is a form of surface treatment of aluminum and its alloys where the natural propensity of aluminum is used for oxidation. By anodizing, we create the layer for decorative or functional surfaces with a thickness of 10 to 15 μm.

The advantages of surface treatment by anodizing can be included:

  • Resistance to corrosion,
  • Abrasive resistence,
  • Increased surface hardness,
  • Decorative effect.

Anodizing servies

Anodic oxidation (anodizing)

We offer the customer different thicknesses of the anodized layer as required. The color option is chosen when ordering services that are most often natural or black. However, if required, we are able to produce the blue, gold, red color of your aluminum piece. The lesser disadvantage of this coating is that the cooler becomes non-conducting, but we can remove it by milling technology.

Titan coating
Coating the workpiece by titan is a process similar to anodizing, with the exception that a titanium layer is formed on the surface of the part to prevent oxidation of aluminum and increase its surface hardness. With this coating technology, the work retains its electrical conductivity.

Anodic oxidation references