• June 21, 2024
  • Shatou, Changan, Dongguan, CN

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Anodizing is a surface treatment technology that improves the surface hardness, wear resistance, corrosion resistance and decorative properties of metal materials by forming an oxide layer on the metal surface. Common anodizing materials are aluminum, magnesium, titanium, etc.

The process of anodic oxidation is to use the metal material as the anode, and pass an electric current in the electrolyte to cause an oxidation reaction on the surface of the anode to form a dense, uniform and corrosion-resistant oxide layer. This oxide layer is generally invisible, but its color and surface properties can be changed by dyeing, sealing, etc.

What is anodizing and how does it work?

Anodizing is a surface treatment technique that enhances the corrosion resistance, hardness, and adhesion of metal while also improving its.

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A complete guide on anodized aluminum parts

Anodized aluminum has the characteristics of anti-corrosion, wear resistance and aesthetics, and is widely used in automotive, construction, electronics, machinery.

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