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"Titanium anodic coating on anodizing racks"
Does the purple-blue anodic coating on Titanium inhibit conductivity? Do I need to remove this from racks used for Hard Anodising in 15%Sulphuric acid? If so, is there an effective method available to achieve this?
I am very new to anodising and would greatly appreciate any help.
Gene Cole anodising - Wanganui, New Zealand ^
The thin oxide coating which forms on titanium racks does no harm and does not need to be removed.
Jeffrey Holmes, CEF Spartanburg, South Carolina ^
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