Sulphuric acid anodising is the most common protective treatment commercially applied to aluminium. The process involves the electro-chemical formation of an oxide layer on an aluminium surface leaving a clear or ‘natural’ coloured finish. The process results in a coating thickness of between 5 and 25 microns, depending on the customers' requirements and the components use.
Increased corrosion resistance - Anodised aluminium has an extremely long life span that stands up to the harshest environments.
Ease of Maintenance - Anodic coatings provide a protective coating to material handling, surface dirt, and normal wear.
Health and Safety - Anodising is not harmful to human health or the environment. Much cookware has been anodised for wear and is safe for human consumption.
Increased Surface Hardness - clear anodising improves corrosion resistance, hardness, lubricity and adhesion.
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