Anodizing

Anodizing (also spelled anodising, particularly in the UK and Australia) is an electrolytic passivation process used to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts. The process is called anodizing because the part to be treated forms the anode electrode of an electrical circuit. Anodizing increases corrosion res...
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Anodizing

a process used to increase the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts; often utilized in the construction of aluminum reels and parts intended for saltwater use.
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anodizing

An electro-chemical coating for aluminum. Hard, durable, and attractive. Anodized parts are highly corrosion resistant.
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anodizing

anodizing, anodising (British) Coating a metal; especially, magnesium or aluminum, with a protective film by chemical or electrolytic means.
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anodizing

Forming a conversion coating on a metal surface by anodic oxidation; most frequently applied to aluminum.
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anodizing

Forming a conversion coating on a metal surface by anodic oxidation; most frequently applied to aluminum
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Anodizing

It is a process of coating aluminium oxide, or alumina, using electrolysis, it makes the surface more resistance to corrosion.
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anodizing

method of plating metal for such purposes as corrosion resistance, electrical insulation, thermal control, abrasion resistance, sealing, improving ... [4 related articles]
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anodizing

Process that increases the resistance to corrosion of a metal, such as aluminium, by building up a protective oxide layer on the surface. The natural corrosion resistance of aluminium is provided by a thin film of aluminium oxide; anodizing increases the thickness of this film and thus the corrosion protection. It is so called because the metal...
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