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Anodizing treatments, pre-treatments and finishes for aluminium, magnesium, titanium and light alloys

Protective and technical treatments and aesthetic finishes for aluminium and light alloys

New Oxidal provides a wide range of anodizing treatments for metallic, magnesium, titanium and light alloys, satisfying the requests of its customers in all industrial and product sectors. In the dedicated sectors you can learn more about all the treatments realized in Brescia by New Oxidal:

Anodizing treatments

The anodic oxidation or anodizing is an electrochemical transformation process of the surface of an aluminium object. By placing the object on the anode by means of an electrolysis bath, the surface is transformed into an aluminium oxide layer, indelibly adherent, with a variable thickness depending on the treatment. This oxide layer, generated in a controlled way, confers corrosion resistance, surface hardness, thermal and chemical resistance and aesthetic finish to the anodized detail. The piece is therefore protected during its use from atmospheric agents, friction and wear, torsional tensions and is aesthetically dressed.
The aluminium colouring is one of the steps of the anodizing treatment and it is obtained by the use of Clariant® organic pigments. The colouring will remain forever because it is trapped in the surface.