|Economies of scale, consistency
in color and quality of finish...if these are your concerns,
consider bulk anodizing. We've perfected this process-continually
improving quality while utilizing standard procedures,
plus creating new methods to achieve very high volume
Bulk anodizing is an excellent choice for the finishing
of parts such as rivets, ferrules, medical hubs, and many
other items, where speed volume is required to make production
Performed in aluminum, plastic, or titanium baskets, our
electrochemical process is particularly well suited for
anodizing small, unusually shaped parts. Large quantities
can be finished in a cost-effective, timely manner. Bulk
anodizing is an attractive altenative to the rack process.
Ask about our "Bulk Brilliance" production.
You won't even be able to tell the difference!
has become one of the standard approaches to processing
aluminum parts. Our in-house rack fabrication department
allows us to design and build our own racks to improve
quality and reduce costs. Although we specialize in pieces
1/8" to 2" in length, we are capable of handling
larger sizes up to 48" in length.
We are specialists in the sulfuric DC process, offering
a large variety of finishes and colors, in both short
run and high volume productions.
And our process is flexible, allowing numerous jobs to
be processed simultaneously. This means on-time delivery
and increased versatility.
Remember, whether the quantity is 100 or one million,
rack anodizing is an important option.
and corrosion resistance are critical, hardcoat is the
way to go.
Hardcoat is an extremely tough and wear resistant finish
on aluminum. Essentially, hardcoating is a sulfuric acid
anodizing process, with the electrolyte concentration,
temperature, and electric current parameters altered to
produce the hardened surface.
Our hardcoated test panels have repeatedly passed salt
spray tests in excess of 1,000 continuous hours, providing
tremendous corrosion resistance...a fact readily boasted
by some of the major companies we serve.
Our customers also recognize our achievements in meeting
close tolerances in selective and intricate hardcoating.
Another of our unique processes allows us to produce a
very deep black TYPE III -Class 2 coating which can be
processed on a daily basis.