MIL-A-8625 TYPE II CLASS 1 AND 2

Anodizing is and electrochemical process that utilizes highly controlled oxidation to change the surface of the aluminum into a stronger more durable material. Advantages of anodizing include increased durability, stable long-lasting colors, low maintenance, and low cost. All of this takes place with a safe health-conscience process at our 1340 Howard St. location


CLASS 1 IS CLEAR
CLASS 2 SPECIFIES A COLOR
COLORS AVAILABLE ARE : RED, GOLD, GREEN, BLUE, AND BLACK

MIL-A-8625F TYPE III CLASS 1 AND 2

Hard Coat Anodizing is similar to type II anodizing, but is produced while at a colder temperature to create a harder, smoother, thicker and more wear resistant surface typically between .002" in thickness(50% impregnation-50% addition).

CLASS 1 IS NATURAL

CLASS 2 SPECIFIES A COLOR

AVAILABLE COLORS ARE: RED, GOLD, GREEN, BLUE, AND BLACK. Colors will be much darker than type II anodizing.

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MIL-A-65376A TYPE I

Hard Coat with Teflon(HCWT) is teflon impregnated into unsealed anodic coating. It adds increased lubricity to hard coat anodized parts. CMP also teflons on type II anodizing.

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SURFACE IS HARD AND MORE ABRASION RESISITANT
 
IMPROVES THE CORROSION RESISTANCE OF ALUMINUM
 
INSULATES THE ALUMINUM SURFACE AGAINST THE PASSAGE OF ELECTRICITY
 
ABILITY TO COLOR ALUMINUM BY ABSORBING DYE INTO ANODIC COATING
 
EFFECTIVE WAY TO INCREASE THE LIFE OF AN ALUMINUM PART.
ANODIZING IS A COST EFFECTIVE PROCESS

Have any anodizing questions? Or would you like to get a quote? Please email info@cmpanodizing.com