PRLog - July 29, 2011 - LINDEN, N.J. -- Hardcoat anodizing, offered at Paramount Metal Finishing, is done on many different surfaces for many different uses. Most commonly, it's associated with giving aluminum a corrosion-resistant surface, but there are many other uses as well.
Hardcoat Anodizing is provided.
Hardcoat anodizing is an electrochemical process that converts a metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish. In addition to aluminum, other nonferrous metals, such as magnesium and titanium, can be anodized too.
Hardcoat anodizing is done for multiple reasons as well. Besides increasing corrosion resistance, it also increases surface hardness, allows coloring and improves lubrication or adhesion.
When hardcoat anodizing is performed, it creates a layer that is completely integrated into the substance. This means that it cannot chip or peel, unlike painting. Anodized aluminum provides a highly porous structure that allows for post color dyeing processes as well as post sealing.
Hardcoat Anodizing at Paramount Metal Finishing
Paramount Metal Finishing offers hardcoat anodizing for many uses, including on military, medical and industrial surfaces.
Paramount Metal Finishing provides hardcoat anodizing and sulfuric anodizing per MIL-A-8625 Type III, MIL-A-8625 Type II and ASTM B580-79 on military, medical and industrial products. We utilize a high production linear hoist line for optimum quality and high volume production. Solutions are controlled and monitored by our in-house lab applying SPC and SQC process control techniques.
Hardcoat anodizing is a finish typically used for military munitions.
In addition to these services, Paramount Metal Finishing offers hardcoat anodizing for other industrial uses for abrasion resistance, including architectural products such as windows and doors, appliances, automotive uses, food preparation equipment, lighting, furniture and machined parts.
Paramount Metal Finishing also provides a variety of services for the Telecom and Computer Electronics industries. Hardcoat anodizing is used to finish electronics by creating a resistant surface with protection from corrosion.
Paramount Metal Finishing has a reputation for supplying quality coatings and prompt service at a competitive price. For more information on the hardcoat anodizing services provided by Paramount Metal Finishing, contact them at 908-862-0772 or visit them online at http://www.pmf1.com/
Contact Paramount Metal Finishing:
1515 West Elizabeth Ave
Linden, NJ 07036