Anodizing and passivation
Anodizing refers to the process of oxidizing aluminum and its alloy in the electrolyte environment by the action of external current, and forming an oxide film on the metal surface. The oxide film makes the product protective, decorative, insulating and wear resistant. Membrane pores have strong adsorption capacity, can form red, pink, blue, green, black and other appearance effects. Passivation refers to the process of forming an oxide film on the surface of a metal product by chemical soaking. The oxide film can protect the material and improve the resistance to atmospheric corrosion. And because the oxide film is thinner, can be the product to maintain its material's primary color.