Type I (Chromic Acid) Anodizing

Chromic Acid anodizing is a metal coating process used when the application calls for a thin coating and a high level of corrosion resistance. Type I is achieved by a chemical conversion processes involving immersion of an aluminum component in a chromic acid bath.

Type I anodizing is used in high stress applications, primarily in aerospace applications. It is generally used as a base for paint or adhesives or can be used as a mask for Type III (Hardcoat) anodizing.

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