What is oxidation

Oxidation suitable for any type of use

Anodic oxidation (also known as anodizing) is a non-spontaneous electrochemical process whereby a protective layer of high resistance oxide forms on the surface of the treated metal (aluminum).

The material undergoes a true surface transformation: the raw metal reacts with the oxygen developed during the electrochemical process, giving rise to a layer of aluminum oxide or alumina, hard, colorable, and resistant to atmospheric agents.

Anodic oxidation technical data sheet »

Surface cleaning technical data sheet »

Foto 1 What is oxidation

Foto 2 What is oxidation

Video corporate