Alloy: all aluminium alloys with few exceptions
Dimensions: from few millimeters up to a length of 1300 mm and width 1000 mm
Weight: up to a maximum of 25 kg for each part
Layer thickness: 1 – 100 μm – depending on the base alloy
Layer hardness: up to 900 HV – depending on base material and layer thickness
preparatory treatment: chemical pre-treatment possible – E0 or E6
contact point: mandatory for power transmission and fixation
Colorizing: colorizing black feasible – please be aware: not all alloys can be colorized
Sealing: heat sealing – when required – mandatory when colorizing
Novatec 810 (B)
Novatec 850 (B)
Relevant criteria for anodizing and hard-anodizing
By using various electrolytes, temperatures and modulated current densities, anodized oxide layers get extraordinary characteristics. Hardness, Rz-value, corrosion resistance and wear resistance are significantly improved by the ceramic anodized layer.
Even selective coatings are technically feasible in mass production. However, only certain alloys can be coated, depending on their alloying elements.
The tribological and chemical properties of anodized layers can be even further improved with corresponding post-treatment.