What is Anodizing?
Anodizing is an electro-chemical process by which the surface of a metal material, commonly aluminum, is oxidized to form a porous and durable surface coating. Because the aluminum is treated on a deeper, porous-level, unlike paint, color or clear-coat is achieved that is part of the aluminum surface.
TYPES OF ANODIZING
Virtually any color or finish can be achieved when combined with the appropriate finishing processes: Chem Film Brite Dip, Slickote Teflon Seal, Paint, Polish, ETC. Check out the Finishing Page for more information.