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Hard anodizing processes


(1998)

I will appreciate if some one could help me with information on the following hard anodizing processes:

Scionic, Alpha and Imperv-X

Jean Rasmussen
- Rasmusen


(1998)

We run the Imperv-x process & have been using it for 40+ years. It is great for coating hi copper alloys & for parts with sharp edges.

We also run the Mod Martin process for most of our "normal" Hardcoat work.

We have evaluated the Alpha process & we were not very impressed.

One of the newer processes we are using is the Anodal EE - and that is very impressive.

David A. Kraft
- Long Island City, New York



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