Chemical Brightening of Aluminium
Aluminium Bright Finishing: is chemically treated to give extra brightness to the aluminium components. Usually Anodizing is a dull/matt finish, and in order to give the shiny finish we do the additional chemical treatment.
Aluminum is one of the most efficient and durable metals. It can be used in practically any weather condition, has all the necessary features for a good thermal insulator, it saves energy, and is completely recycled.
Thanks to the novelty of production processes, in the early 20s, the price of aluminum fell by 80%, increasing its popularity in all types of structural, mechanical and decorative applications: doors, windows, sliders, roofing, lattice, balustrades, and so much more.
But not only did the engineering and decorative arts adopt aluminum so quickly, the food, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries also recognized the benefits of this metal, making tin, bottles, tubes, and high-precision devices.
Today, aluminum usage reflects a steady growth trend of 6% annually, thanks to its mobility, insulation capacity, and near-infinite recyclability.
One of the most appreciated properties of aluminum in many applications is its special and characteristic luster. To achieve the shiny and distinctive surface of aluminum, there is no better solution than chemical brightening, usually one of the pre-treatments for anodized aluminum for pre-mechanical polishing, to ensure that the luster of the metal is the highest reaches the level.
What is the difference with other brighteners?
No other brightening process produces the same brightness. The aesthetic form of aluminum is particularly important for industries that require aesthetics with a luxury finish, such as the perfume or high cosmetics market. Another industry that wants the most exquisite aluminum finish is interior decorating, aluminum profiles, as well as industrial designers who use this material in new car models or all types of lamps.
The secret lies in the combined effect of chemical products that contain the solution: the sharp edges are softened for controlled dissolution, and the valleys or fissures are not affected, meaning that their size and depth do not increase, due to which The result is a smooth surface - the scatter is very different from light, simple mechanical polishing in a characteristic manner that produces smoothing through friction, thus filling itself with metal.
Is Aluminum the best fit for our solution?
Alloys from the 6000 and 5000 series are particularly suited for this type of treatment, as used in applications for which ranging from corrosion resistance to excellent hardness, and strong performance for surface treatment, or an excellent surface. Requires finishing; Applications in which aluminum plays an aesthetic role other than structural. A leading and bright metal.
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