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CONVERSION COATING

Chicago Anodizing is a leading supplier of Aluminum Conversion Coating.  Also known as Chromate Conversion Coating, the passivation process is used on aluminum alloys and castings as a corrosion inhibitor, decorative finish, or to assist in retaining electrical conductivity.  The finish also acts as a superior primer for paint adhesion while also supplying corrosion resistance.  Chicago Anodizing offers both TYPE I Hexachrome and the RoHS compliant TYPE II Trivalent Chromate.  

SPECIFICATIONS:
MIL-DTL-5541 CLASS 1A & Class 3 TYPE I
MIL-DTL-5541 CLASS 1A & Class 3 TYPE II (RoHS)
ALODINE

ADVANTAGES:
Corrosion Protection
Superior Primer for Paint Adhesion
Retains Electrical Conductivity