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topic 10847

Type II, Class 2

(2001)

What does the type and class signify on the mil spec A8625 Type II, class 2?

Dave Atwell
- Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA


(2001)

The specification is Mil-A-8625 [link is to free spec at Defense Logistics Agency, dla.mil]. The type II coating is a sulfuric acid anodize. Class 2 means that the coating is subsequently dyed. The color should be specified by the customer or blueprint. Best of Luck.

Ira Donovan, M.S.F.
Kansas City, Missouri



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