Aluminum Anodizing is an abbreviation and means electrolytic oxidation of aluminum.
Anodizing generally works with the use of direct current in sulfuric acid or oxalic acid electrolytes. Aluminum is thus replaced as an anode, so the method is also known as “anodization”.
Aluminum is electrolytically oxidized to form a thin layer of 5 to 25 µm, which protects non-precious metals from corrosion. The natural oxide layer of aluminum is only 0.1 to 0.5 µm. DC process (DC sulfuric acid) is most widely used here.
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