An alternative in anodizing
Anodizing is an electrochemical process where oxide film on the aluminium surface is made thicker artificially. With the anodizing process, aluminium’s natural color can be retained or a color from a wide range of alternatives can be chosen.
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Aluminium extrusions from Hydro were chosen for a 1.5 miles-long sea defence railing on the popular seafront in Blackpool in the U.K.
Aluminium ingot is heated and pressed through shaping tools, to make profiles for various products. Aluminium is increasingly taking over from copper as preferred metal for tubing in heat exchangers and air conditioners. There is no end to what shapes aluminium end products can take.
Anodized extruded profiles
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