Hard anodizing
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hard anodizing
hard anodizing
hard anodizing
hard anodizing
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Characteristics

Type vierge
hard
Type of substrate
aluminum, titanium
Applications
industrial, for the aerospace industry, medical, for the construction industry, for the food industry, for robotics
Production method
medium series, large series, small series, individual
Other characteristics
with coloring

Description

Hard-Coat Contrary to the standard anodizing process the protective layers, the protective layers obtainable with hard-coating are considerably harder and thicker – comparable to hard chrome layers – and hence they are preferably used for parts where it is specified by their technical application. Hard-coated layers possess a self-colouring capacity depending on the alloy and the layer thickness. Moreover, their porosity (absorbency of colourings) is significantly lower than with the regular anodizing procedure so that the possibility of the additional colouring is heavily reduced and limited to dark colour tones. Hard-anodized layers possess no levelling effect, too, so that pits, scratches and damages will be visible after anodizing – therefore, as a rule, likewise a mechanical and/or chemical surface treatment is applied before, in order to eliminate such faults if high optical requirements are demanded. Both pre-treatment procedures involve material removal, though. Previously invisible inhomogeneities of the alloys also appear beyond the anodizing process and may cause optically disturbing structures. Characteristics of Hard-Coating - Hardness: 300 to 450 HV - Layer thickness: up to 140 µm - Material self-colouring capacity - Wear-resistant – similar to hard-chrome - Corrosion resistant against climatic influences and a multitude of chemicals

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