Alloys: 5005, 5754
Thickness: 0,6 mm. – 4,0 mm.
Width: max. 2000 mm.
The anodizing process is protecting the aluminium surface from undue damage and wear. The anodized aluminium adds a protective coating of aluminium oxide to the metal itself.
- The durability and longevity of the finish is in direct correlation to how thick the applied coating actually is. Aluminium oxide is extremely strong and effective against weathering but the process allows you to color the metal with dyes without the chance of future flaking or peeling due to the electrochemical bonding process.
- Ease of Maintenance. Anodized surfaces sometimes take on dirt and stains but through a simple cleaning process (usually a mild detergent) you can restore the finish to a “like new” condition.
- Cost. Lower maintenance costs for greater long-term value.
- Health and Safety. Anodizing is a safe process that is not harmful to human health. An anodized finish is chemically stable, will not decompose; is non-toxic; is heat-resistant to the melting point of aluminium.
- Facade panels and claddings, roofing systems, gutters, sill drips and more
- Suspended ceilings, sunscreens, shutters, blinds
- Insulation panels