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Anodic Oxidation

Anodic oxidation is a process through which a protective layer of aluminium oxide forms on the surface of the processed item thus protecting it from corrosion. The layers of anodic oxide originate from the direct transformation of the base metal, therefore their properties depend on those of the metal itself.

Anoxidall varies the thickness of the layers according to the Customer's requirements:

 for interior architecture Class 5  thickness µm  5
Class 10 thickness µm 10
For external applications  Class 15  thickness µm 15
Class 20 thickness µm 20
Class 25 thickness µm 25

The oxidised aluminium is used for internal structures as well as for architectures in industrial or marine environments, with exceptional results in terms of beauty and state of preservation of the out come. Thanks to the modernisation processes which took place over the years, Anoxidall can offer a wide range of very high quality products.
In addition to the silver colour, typical of natural aluminium, a variety of colourings and finishing options is possible:

THE ELECTROCOLOURING SURFACE FINISHES 

Lucidatura a lucido
  Tinex
  Spazzolatura Schotch Bride
  Spazzolatura_Strong
  Lucidatura a lucido
 Polished finish  
Brushing Tinex
(with water)
  Brushing
Scotch Brite
  Strong
Brushing
  Satin
Finish


COLORAZIONI

Elettrocolours
Korall
Sallox
Warmall

Organic Colours
Gold
Black

Other Colours
Steel Effect
Titanium Effect

Maximum dimensions

The profiles and sheet metal to process can have the following maximum dimensions:

checklength mm 7.000
checkheight mm 1.500 
checkwidth mm 700
 

Certification

Qualanod 743The whole production is certified with the
Qualanod - licence n.743 hallmark