Arlington's Hardcoat Aluminum Anodizing Meets MIL-A-8625 Type III, Class 1 and 2 Standards
Hardcoat parts processing includes bright dip and satin finish applications.
Arlington Plating Company expanded its aluminum anodizing operations to include hardcoat parts processing that meets MIL-A-8625 Type III, Class 1 and 2 standards.
The fully automated, 5,000 ft2 line produces conventional and hardcoat anodizing with high pH sealants and organic die coloring capabilities, according to the company. The process offers bright dip and satin finish applications with a rack line that meets pH 13.0 automotive industry requirements for exterior trim applications.
The hardcoat capabilities are said to be suitable for food process equipment, and medical and aerospace applications that require wear resistance, corrosion protection and appearance.