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10/6/2009

Current Density Anodizing

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The PAS II~III is designed to eliminate the need for calculating the surface area of the parts when using amps/ft2 anodizing.

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The PAS II~III is designed to eliminate the need for calculating the surface area of the parts when using amps/ft2 anodizing. An operator needs only to place the device on the bar with the work and raise the current to the desired level. Once this level is reached, all parts, no matter what configuration, will anodize at the same current density. According to the company, units now in production have shown substantial savings in time, some 40% over voltage-controlled anodizing, along with improved quality.

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