equipment/anodizing


Anodizing Equipment




Technic offers a complete line of equipment specifically designed for the Anodizing Industry. Technic systems incorporate all currently available technology and include the flexibility for adaption to change. Common system configurations produce products to meet MIL-A-8625, SAE AMS 2488 and other military, government and industrially defined specifications.

About Anodizing

In anodizing, the basic electrochemical reaction converts the material’s surface to an oxide. Depending on the oxide thickness, the coating can provide additional wear resistance, reduce corrosion and improve lubricity. In addition, the process can add dimensional stability and anti-galling characteristics or impart other surface characteristics such as color or allow color to be added through subsequent processing.


Aluminum Anodizing - Types of anodizing, processes, equipment selection and tank construction. By Mark Couden, Technic Inc.

Aluminum Applications include:

  • Type I – Chromic Acid
  • Type II – Sulfuric Acid
  • Type III – Hard coat
  • Boric/Sulfuric Acid (Type I Chromic Acid replacement)

Titanium Applications include:

  • Type II

Industries Served:

  • Aerospace
  • Architectural
  • Decorative
  • Consumer
  • Military
  • Automotive
  • Medical
  • Industrial