Aluminium Anodizing - Our Offer

We specialize in aluminum anodizing, a crucial process that enhances its durability, corrosion resistance, and unique appearance. Our service is particularly popular among automotive sector companies, but this technology also finds applications in many other industries.

Anodizing aluminum offers several significant benefits:

In our anodizing facility, we can process components of various dimensions, such as 2250 x 1250 x 350 mm in natural and black colors, and 1250 x 1250 x 450 mm, which includes dyeing in red, blue, gold, and INOX colors, hard anodizing, and chemical polishing. Additionally, we offer services related to metal surface treatment, making us a comprehensive solutions provider.

Hardness and Durability

Aluminum, due to its anodized surface, becomes more resistant to scratches and mechanical damage, making it highly suitable for a wide range of applications.

Aesthetics and Color Variety

Anodizing is not just a method for enhancing the appearance of metal; it also allows for the addition of various colors. Through this process, you can easily achieve a personalized effect and distinct design, which is significant from both an aesthetic and functional standpoint.

Corrosion Protection

Anodizing not only imparts durability to aluminum but also provides excellent protection against corrosion. Thanks to this technological process, the metal maintains its original strength and aesthetic appearance.

  • Aluminium Anodizing

    Anodizing is the process of creating a protective coating on metal surfaces through controlled oxidation.

  • Bead blasting

    Bead blasting is a process of creating microscopic irregularities on the surface of aluminum.

  • Soft anodizing

    Soft Anodizing is an electrochemical process where the surface of aluminum is gently oxidized.

  • Hard anodizing

    Hard anodizing is an electrochemical process that results in the strengthening of a metal surface

  • Roto finish

    Centrifugal barrel finishing streamlines component preparation, replacing manual processing.

  • Chemical polishing

    Chemical polishing is a pre-anodizing treatment that increases the shine of aluminum parts.

    Aluminum Anodizing - Process:

    Step 1

    First, aluminum is prepared by removing any contaminants like oils, grease, and dust. This might involve washing or using appropriate solvents.

    Step 2

    The electrolyte, a chemical substance in which aluminum is anodized, is carefully prepared. It’s usually a solution of sulfuric or chromic acid with controlled concentration.

    Step 3

    The anode, the metal part to be anodized, is aluminum placed in the electrolyte and securely attached to a direct current source.

    Step 4

    At the opposite end from the aluminum, a cathode, also connected to the direct current source, is typically a metal that does not react with the electrolyte, like aluminum or lead.

    Step 5

    Next, the direct current source is activated. During anodization, current flows from the aluminum (anode) to the electrolyte, causing aluminum oxide formation on the aluminum surface.

    Step 6

    Voltage and current flowing through the system are monitored during anodization. Process duration usually depends on the desired effect, coating thickness, and electrolyte type.

    Step 7

    After achieving the desired coating thickness or other process parameters, the direct current source is turned off, and the aluminum is removed from the electrolyte. 

    Step 8

    If necessary, the anodic coating can undergo additional treatments like coloring or sealing to achieve desired appearance and surface properties.