TYPE III (HARDCOAT) ANodizing

HARDCOAT ANODIZING: MIL-A-8625 TYPE III, CLASS 1 & 2

MIL-A-8625 TYPE III, Class 1 & Class 2 (dyed) Anodizing, also known as Hardcoat Anodizing, is a process that utilizes sulfuric acid with low temperatures and high voltage to create an extremely 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 equipped 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
Architectural:   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 (link) 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

Industries Served

Chicago Anodizing is privileged to work with customers from a variety of industries around the world.  Some of the industries we serve include automotive, aerospace, defense, firearm, tool storage, and medical among others.

Automotive

Aerospace

Defense

Firearm

Tool Storage

Medical

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