|Thickness||0.71 to 100mm|
|Surface Finish||Mill Finish|
|Is It Anodised||Not Anodised|
Aluminium sheets are characterized by a higher resistance to environmental influences, moisture, UV rays, and scratching, and they are used both for interior applications (appliances, panelling) with an anodized coating up to 5 micrometers, and for exterior applications in the construction industry with an anodized coating over 10 micrometers.
Anodizing is the controlled process of chemically applying a protective layer of glass hardness in thicknesses of 2-20 micrometers to the surface of the aluminum sheet.
Technical terms of deliveries
Dimensional and shape deviation tolerances
Alloys suitable for anodizing:
The best alloy for anodizing is ENAW5005 H14/24, which provides for the repeatability of production, especially in design, and for batches of the same look. Nearly all aluminum alloys of the ENAW1xxx, ENAW3xxx ENAW5xxx, series can be anodised.
More information and options are available from the company’s sales department.
Aluminum is hard wearing, maintenance-free and adaptable for applications including signs, rating plates, control panel fascias and labels. The quality surface layer will not crack, peel or chip and can be exposed to sunlight with full UV stability.
Aluminum Standard Line is a new alternative to the Premium engraving aluminum in the our portfolio. The Standard Line combines advantages such as a good laser engraving, durable anodized coating and good processing characteristics with the benefits of siginificantly lower costs.