Anodizing - commercial (sulfuric acid Type II) an electrochemical process causing aluminum oxide to form on the surface of aluminum, increasing durability, corrosion resistance, appearance and makes the aluminum surface electrically non-conductive.
Passivation - makes the surface of stainless steel more passive (it loses its chemical reactivity) and more corrosive resistant.
Iridite - a.k.a. chem film, is a chemical application of chromate conversion coating on aluminum
used for corrosion protection. It provides an electrically conductive surface and is often used as a paint primer.
Chrome Plating -
Machine polishing for excellent polished finishes on all types of parts!
Powder coat provides coverage in a variety of colors and textures
and can be applied to many different surfaces and materials. (see image on right.)