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Electrically conductive oxidation
Electrically conductive oxidation
Applicable to Metals,Plastics

It creates a corrosion-resistant finish, the film produced by conductive oxidation is only 0.01-0.15 micrometers, which is not very wear-resistant, but it can conduct electricity and resist atmospheric corrosion. The color is natural.(Note: 1.There will be a certain color difference between the actual color after anodizing and the above color board. 2.Rack marks are inherent to the anodizing process. When engineering a part that will be anodized, you'd better identify where the part will be racked. Typically, the racking location is chosen to minimize the visibility of the mark after the part is assembled.)

Technical properties
Sharp edges and burrs Removed
Premium appearance availability Yes
Tolerances Met after surface finish
Applicable to all pantone colors
Applicable Materials
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Example of an Electrically conductive oxidation part
Design considerations for Electrically conductive oxidation
The Justway Electrically conductive oxidation process

Electrically conductive oxidation is a versatile and effective surface finishing process that provides numerous benefits for a variety of applications. Let’s break down the basic steps for Electrically conductive oxidation a part:

  • Prepare and clean the material to be treated
  • The material is then immersed in an electrolyte solution
  • An electrical current is applied to the material
  • Control of process parameters
  • Rinsing and drying
  • Check the surface for any defects or flaws