anodic coating


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anodic coating

[ə′näd·ik ′kōd·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
A film of oxide produced on a metal by electrolysis with the metal as the anode.

anodic coating

The surface finish resulting from anodizing; may be transparent or colored by the use of a dye or pigment in the anodizing process.
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a) For fixed portion Anodised aluminium (anodised transparent or dyed to required shade according to IS: 1868, Minimum anodic coating of prarle AC
To mitigate this issue, DCHN and SPC have developed a higher-performance coating, based on the same anodic coating chemistry.
The front panel is made of aluminum, NEMA4/IP65 compliant, and the hard anodic coating protects the panel from abrasion and acid corrosion.
Capable of withstanding the most extreme environments, the Amphe-EX connectors feature machined aluminium components plated with a hard anodic coating for superior resistance to heat, corrosion and scratching.
DCHN LLC demonstrated the exceptional chemical stability and corrosive resistance of Micralox, an innovative anodic coating, at the MD&M East trade show in the US city of Philadelphia.
They feature high quality copper contacts with silver plating (gold plating available as an option) as well as a hard anodic coating.
Available in Class I and II, clear, bronze, and black finish, acid etched anodic coating has superior characteristics for finish consistency than typical anodizing, resulting in a more uniform finished product.
The unit has a hard anodic coating, a tempered glass, a 150 TFT LCD screen, and a stainless steel chassis.
based provider of aluminum anodic coating technologies/They provide excellent abrasion resistance, are highly flexible in terms of coloring and visual properties and have excellent thermal conductivity to allow for quick drying.
The most common cause in medical applications is that frequently used cleaning detergents strip the anodic coating over time and autoclave sterilization causes colors to fade.