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Hard Anodizing Companies

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Here we offer hard anodizing to increase corrosion and wear resistance. We have one of the largest inventories of specialty extruded aluminum products in North America. We will work with you to develop a solution that works. Our staff is ready to find the most effective solution. Get your free quote today!
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AaCron is a full-service aluminum anodizing services provider. We produce bright dip anodizing or matte finishes. Matte finish can be applied to items up to 40` long; bright finishes to items up to 21` long. Industries such as agricultural, recreational, transportation and aerospace have used our services.
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We are the leading suppliers of extruded, fabricated/machined and anodized aluminum components and assemblies to various markets. Hard anodizing process conditions have been done to achieve a harder, thicker, denser film which resists the wear, corrosion, temperature effects etc. Contact us for the highest quality extruded aluminum components along with outstanding customer service.
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For all your metal finishing service needs, aluminum and stainless steel, contact Accurate Metal Finishing of Florida. We provide aluminum anodizing: hard anodizing, sulfuric anodizing and chromic anodizing, in varying colors and thicknesses. Over 15 years of experience serving over 450 companies.
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At Electro Polish, we place a relentless effort on producing the highest quality finishes and providing our customers with personal, outstanding customer service!! You can expect the highest quality anodizing available in 1 to 3 days and black oxide will be processed by the next day.
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Hard Anodizing

Hard anodizing is a variant of anodizing. It produces similar results to standard anodized surfaces, but its thicker and denser hard anodic film limits the coloring results to dark tones.

Unlike the regular process of sulfuric acid anodizing, hard anodizing involves a special electrolysis process that creates a thick layer of aluminum oxide both on and in the surface. This process protects metals and alloys from deterioration, which is why depending on the application it is intended for, this process is preferred. The sulfuric method of anodizing involves a vat of sulfuric acid that a metal is dipped into while an electrical current is being sent through the vat. The combination of the acid bath and the electrical current is what changes the body chemistry of the metal. Hard anodizing simply cools the acid to the temperature of freezing water and significantly increases the electrical current running through the acid. This process is usually utilized with aluminum. The process is easier then using regular anodizing treatments on tougher metals, and also costs less and produces a metal that is tough but lightweight. Hard anodizing allows the positive characteristics of aluminum to be utilized. These include low density, exceptional thermal conductivity and electrical resistance, and good pliability.


Hard anodizing is preferred by many industries, for a variety of applications. The automotive industry often uses the process to create internal car parts that will be non-conductive and heat resistant. Cookware used by industrial food processing plants or bakeries are often hard anodized, again because of the thickness and strength that is its trademark. Also Teflon, which is a non-stick element popular in cookware, adheres to hard anodized metal better then it does to others. Because blood can be so corrosive of metal parts, the medical field commonly uses products put through the hard anodization process for its prosthetic joints and limbs. Another reason this type of metal is preferred is because of its appearance. Hard anodized aluminum is less porous then aluminum anodized by sulfuric acid. Therefore aesthetically it is a smoother and sleeker end product that is more pleasing to the eye. The colors can not be as bright and vibrant though, because the pore size of the surface will not support them. Therefore, dark brown and black shades are most common, although darker shades of other colors can also be created.

 

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