AM ALUMINIUM LTD
AM Aluminium Ltd
Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1274 945900
Unit 29, Headway Business Centre Knowles Lane, Dudley Hill, Bradford BD4 9SW
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01274 945 900
There are many different factors that affect the finished design of an aluminium special extrusion, such factors are: Other mating parts, important tolerances, visible surfaces and the eventual surface finish, these are all important elements to take into account when designing a new special aluminium extrusion. If you are new to aluminium extrusion design and supply, please call AM Aluminium to discuss your requirements and we will guide you through this process. We will ensure that you end up with the right product fit for purpose and ready to use first time.
Aluminium Anodising
Anodising is an electrochemical process used to produce durable and decorative finishes. This can also be carried out in a range of colours. The natural protective oxide coating formed on exposure of aluminium to the atmosphere can be thickened by anodising. The process consists of passing an electric current through an acid solution in which the immersed aluminium component acts as the anode, and aluminium or lead typically provides the cathode. During the process electrolysis breaks down the water into oxygen and hydrogen; the oxygen combines with the aluminium to produce aluminium oxide and the hydrogen is liberated. All colours (except white) can be achieved by anodising aluminium to give you a truly decorative finish to suit all your requirements so please call to discuss. Hard anodising is also offered which give you a truly hard-wearing finish that is suitable for extreme conditions.
AM ALUMINIUM LTD
Unit 29, Headway Business Centre Knowles Lane, Dudley Hill, Bradford BD4 9SW

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Aluminium Anodising
Anodising is an electrochemical process used to produce durable and decorative finishes. This can also be carried out in a range of colours. The natural protective oxide coating formed on exposure of aluminium to the atmosphere can be thickened by anodising. The process consists of passing an electric current through an acid solution in which the immersed aluminium component acts as the anode, and aluminium or lead typically provides the cathode. During the process electrolysis breaks down the water into oxygen and hydrogen; the oxygen combines with the aluminium to produce aluminium oxide and the hydrogen is liberated. All colours (except white) can be achieved by anodising aluminium to give you a truly decorative finish to suit all your requirements so please call to discuss. Hard anodising is also offered which give you a truly hard-wearing finish that is suitable for extreme conditions.
01274 945 900
There are many different factors that affect the finished design of an aluminium special extrusion, such factors are: Other mating parts, important tolerances, visible surfaces and the eventual surface finish, these are all important elements to take into account when designing a new special aluminium extrusion. If you are new to aluminium extrusion design and supply, please call AM Aluminium to discuss your requirements and we will guide you through this process. We will ensure that you end up with the right product fit for purpose and ready to use first time.