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Chromic Acid Anodizing

Service Detail from Aerospace Defense Coatings Of Georgia

Chromic Acid Anodize is the accelerated oxidation of an aluminum surface. The natural thin oxide layer on aluminum prevents some corrosion. The layer can be thickened by the Chromic Acid Anodizing process. This alteration provides even greater scratch and corrosion protection.

All Chromic Acid Anodizing processes are performed manually to ensure the proper care is given to each step.

Process Approvals: For Chromic Acid Anodizing we adhere to:

  • BAC 5019 (Class 1, 3, & 5): Chromic Acid Anodizing
  • CSFS020: Anodize, Chromic Acid, Sulfuric Acid and Hard Coat
  • PS 13201: Anodize
  • SS8483: Anodize
  • SS8752