| Alodine / Chemical Conversion

Alodine, also known as chromatic passivation or chemical film, is a chemical conversion process specifically designed for aluminum surfaces. It is performed in accordance with the MIL-DTL-5541 specification. The coating processes within this specification are classified based on types, classes, and colors.

| Anodizing

Sulfuric acid and chromic acid are widely used in the process of aluminum anodizing. The U.S. Mil-A-8625 specification is the most commonly referred to standard for anodizing and outlines three main types of anodizing.

| Zinc Plating

Zinc plating involves applying a layer of zinc onto substrate metals such as carbon steel and alloy steel. This process serves to protect the substrate from corrosion and enhance the appearance of ferrous metals. It acts as a barrier against corrosion, ensuring the longevity of the coated materials. Our Zinc Plating conforms to the ASTM B-633 standard, which specifically addresses the requirements for electrodeposited zinc coatings on iron and steel surfaces.