Hardcoat Anodizing: MIL-A-8625 TYPE III, CLASS 1 & 2

MIL-A-8625 TYPE III, Class 1 & Class 2 (dyed) Anodizing, also knows as Hardcoat Anodizing, is a process that utilizes sulfuric acid with low temperatures and high voltage to create a very hard surface area on the aluminum pieces.  Hardcoat is generally used for parts in need of abrasion and wear resistance. Chicago Anodizing supplies Hardcoat for a collection of industries worldwide, including automotive, firearm, nuclear and aerospace.  

CAC can work around any customer requirements to add coating thickness to a customer's preferred specification.  Chicago Anodizing understands the critical nature of the Hardcoating process, and is equip to handle parts of all shapes and sizes for Type III. 

SPECIFICATIONS:
Military:   MIL-A-8625 TYPE III, CLASS 1 & 2 (DYED)
Automotive:   GM / FORD / CHRYSLER, Japanese JIS H8601
Architectual:   AAMA 600 Type I & II,  AAMA 611 Type I & II
Medical:   Sterrad, Autoclave;  Cyotox and RoHS compliant

COLORS:
Best suited for Clear, Gray or Black.
All colors are available. 

MATERIALS:
1100-0, 2011, 2024, 3002, 5052
6061, 6063,6463, 7075
Aluminum Die Cast Variations

INDUSTRY:
Automotive, Medical, Aerospace, Energy
Industrial, Firearms, Other.

RACKING METHOD:
Rack

PRETREATMENTS AVAILABLE:
Polishing, Buffing, Time Saving, Brushing, Sand Blasting,
Glass Bead Blasting, Masking, Bright Dip