Anodizing aluminum

 

Anodizing is an electrolytic process used to place a protective oxide coating on aluminum. This coating can be dyed a variety of colors before sealing, and after sealing provides a physically tough, wear-resistant surface with impregnated color. Stylmark is a Type II anodizing facility located in Minnesota. Type II anodizing is defined as conventional coatings produced from sulfuric acid baths.

Anodized aluminum finishes uniquely satisfy each of the factors that must be considered when selecting a high performance aluminum finish:
▪ Durability
▪ Indoor Color Stability
▪ Ease of Maintenance
▪ Aesthetics
▪ Cost
▪ Health and Safety

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Stylmark's Color & Finish Options