Anodising

Label QUALANOD since 2008.

Norms NP1482, NP1480, NP2908 e NP2907

Anodised products retain their characteristics and properties in all weather conditions, even when exposed to highly corrosive conditions (...)

What is Anodising?

Anodising is an electro-chemical treatment where an artificial aluminium coating is applied (aluminium oxide), homogeneous and o varying thickness (between 5 and 25 microns). This coating is highly-durable and once treated, becomes impermeable to most chemical agents, to air and water.

Advantages of Anodising

This process can not only be in the natural aluminium colour, but also range of colours possible through electrolytic colouring, from silver to black, through to champagne and bronze hues, yellows, golds and win reds. Apart from such finishes, Lacoviana boats technology that can also produce grey and blue hues. In terms of mechanical treatments, Lacoviana produces brushed finishes (scratched effect), polished and repolished (shiny) finishes.

The colours are merely a suggestion and shouldn't be used as a test colour. If required, kindly request a real tester.

For a full colour range, kindly contact Lacoviana or request our catalogue

Quality Guarantee

For such anodising treatments, norms and rules have been out in place by Qualanod that manages the renowned brand of the same name. Lacoviana, certified since 2008, ensures that the Qualanod norms are followed, namely NP1482, NP1480, NP2908 and NP2907.

Anodised products retain their characteristics and properties in all weather conditions, even when exposed to highly corrosive conditions, especially concerning maritime and factory areas.

Environmental Responsability

During the anodising process, all environmental processes are taken into consideration, implementing both energy and water-saving actions.

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