Surface treatement at Alu3p
Anodization is a surface treatment that protects and decorates an aluminum part, by anodic oxidation (electrically insulating layer of 5 to 50 micrometers).
It gives materials better resistance to wear, corrosion and heat.
The thickness can be adjusted.
Powder lacquing, liquid lacquing
Lacquering on an aluminum profile is the fixation of a soluble organic coloring matter, forming a protective coating.
Brushing improves the surface condition up to a mirror finish.
Alodine helps increase corrosion resistance and paint adhesion. the process is respectful of the environment, because it is chrome-free.
This surface treatment increases the electrical conductivity.