Anodising

Anodising of aluminium, also known as anodic oxidation, offers the most durable corrosion protection for aluminium. Here the aluminium surface is converted into aluminium oxide as part of the electrochemical process. This oxide layer is ceramically hard, transparent and firmly attached to the base material. The strength of the layer can be selected depending on the purpose of the work piece.


* Anodising = Oxidation in an electrolytic cell

Output table

Process Declaration Max. Dimensions LxWxH mm Equipment
Anodising colourless GS process 3800 x 500 x 1000 Framework or barrel

Contact person

Cedric Stalder

Foreman

Barrel anodising, 

Head of final assembly & packaging

Franz Suntinger

Production Manager

Aluminium finishing

Your benefits

  • From individual parts to large-scale series
  • Very good protection against corrosion
  • Decorative, high-impact look
  • Short lead times
  • Anodising in a DC-SA process (direct current in sulphuric acid)