An Introduction to Hard Anodising Polymer
Hard anodising polymers, like the ones from Poeton, are formulations that are made by combining together substances in varying proportions. The most commonly used anodised coatings are high-performance paints for all kinds of vehicles, as well as brake linings. The material’s strength is enhanced by the addition of additives. Some common additives include monomer stabilizers, oxides and friction modifiers. This article will explain what hard anodising polymer is and how it is used in the context of different products.
The most common and attractive hard anodising polymer is apticote. Apticote combines calcium bicarbonate with magnesium carbonate to form a hard, durable wear-resistant surface. This coating is extremely desirable because it increases both the strength of the finished product, and its resistance to corrosion from external sources. Its cost-effectiveness, low cost, easy application, excellent durability and high resistance to a range of oils and varnishes make apticote an ideal choice for many different industries.
Other common types of hard anodised polymer include aluminium alloys, which include such popular coatings as Alumawood, Aluminium X-frames, Tubular Airsoft Explosive Charges, Grp Blackpowder, Matrix Aligner, Tungsten Carbide and many others. These coatings are also extremely useful in several different industries, including automotive, aerospace and cruise ship, because they can help to prevent corrosion of aluminium alloys, making them highly attractive solutions for the protection of these materials. Some of these coatings have been found to be even more effective against corrosion of stainless steel than others have been.