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  • What Are Anodized Aluminum Tags?
    Anodized aluminum tags are durable and feature the ability to add color to the metal designs. More info in the article.
  • Anode Jacks for Aluminum Smelting
    Aluminum smelters are faced with the problem of maximizing efficiency and potline up time, despite wear and tear on various components of their smelting equipment. Although anode jacks have a typical life of 10 to 30 years, many smelters were originally constructed in the 1950s through the 1970s
  • Article: Anodizing 101
    Anodizing aluminum is an electrochemical process that creates a layer of protection that makes the lightweight, durable material ideal for applications from automotive parts to bakeware. Working with a supplier that understands the process from prototype to production offers you a better experience
  • Test Methods For Evaluating Anodized Aluminum
    Benefits of anodizing include durability, color stability, ease of maintenance, aesthetics, cost of initial finish and the fact that it is a safe and healthy process. Maximizing these benefits to produce a highperformance aluminum finish can be accomplished by incorporating test procedures
  • What to Know About Anodized Aluminum Cord Grips
    Benefits of anodized aluminum electrical connectors
  • Anodized Materials for Food Manufacturing / Preparation Equipment
    Due to the nature and physical properties of anodic coatings, anodized aluminum products and components are used in thousands of commercial and consumer food processing applications.
  • Alkaline Corrosion-Resistant Sealant for Anodized Aluminum Alloys
    Corrosion resistance of anodized aluminum sealed with conventional and a new sealant was tested against the alkaline, acid and neutral chloride salt solutions.
  • Etching vs. Photo Anodization: Which is Better?
    Etching and Photo Anodization are two popular processes for marking metal identification tags, nameplates, and placards. Which process is better?

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