Micro-Crystalline Anodizing

Micro-crystalline anodizing is a variation of the aluminum anodizing process in which the anodic coating molecules are phase changed into partially crystalline structures. Micro-crystalline anodizing provides the highest chemical and corrosion resistance of any anodizing method.

The micro-crystalline anodizing process utilizes low voltage rectification, carefully controlled current density, and a unique post process that is ultimately responsible for phase changing the amorphous oxide coating into its final crystalline structure.

Micro-crystalline anodic coatings are fully RoHS and cytotoxic compliant.

Applications for Micro-Crystalline Anodizing

Micro-crystalline anodized coatings are ideal for applications:

  • Requiring high chemical resistance
  • Where high corrosion resistance is needed
  • Requiring dielectric barriers of up to 1000 volts DC

Micro-Crystalline Anodizing Providers:

  • DCHN provides micro-crystalline anodizing through their innovative, proprietary MICRALOX┬« process. MICRALOX┬« micro-crystalline anodizing offers superior protection against chemicals, corrosion, and abrasion for aluminum and aluminum alloys.
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