A new and non hazardous additive that improves the wear resistance and corrosion resistance of anodized components. Reduces the pore structure and allows a thinner anodic layer while producing with superior characteristics. An example of corrosion improvement is in 2024 aluminum where a .001" thick layer passed 336 hour salt spray with no problem and a .006" layer with no seal coat exceeded 200 hours in Type II anodizing. Parts in salt spray won 6061 have been in salt spray since Dec 2009 with no corrosion and wear in type 2 is equal or superior to Hard Coat
A non hazardous additive to the Dye tank. No other changes are necessary to produce and improved anodic layer. Due to the improvements a thinner layer is possible with performance beyond a normal layer and with reduced fatigue issues that are created by a thicker more brittle layer. Improves both Type II and Type II anodizing.
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