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Hard Anodising of Specific Alloys
What is the recommended hard anodising process for 7075 and 2015 alloys?
- Banbury Oxfordshire, England
Hard anodising of different alloys are carried out in 15 to 20% sulphuric acid solution at 0 to -5 deg. centigrade. The voltage to be increased slowly and the final voltage and time depends on the desired thickness.
Dr. H B Rudresh
- Bangalore, India
Eg. 50 to 75 micron thick can be obtained at about 30 to 33V final voltage. It would take about 2 to 2 1/2 hr time for obtaining this thickness.
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