The electrochemical process of anodising aluminium transforms the metal surface into an attractive, long-lasting, and corrosion-resistant anodic oxide finish. Compared to untreated aluminium, anodised aluminium exhibits greater resistance to corrosion, making it the finish of choice for drainage grates.
Built for durability and style: A specifier’s guide to anodised aluminium grates explores the anodising process, the significance of coating thickness, and the applicable performance standards. In this guide, we highlight how you can address product durability during the specification process and what sets anodised aluminum grates apart from other products on the market.
Anodised aluminium drainage solutions, like those offered by Lauxes Grates, provide an unmatched blend of durability, versatility, aesthetic appeal, and efficiency. By embracing these innovative products, you can increase the value of your commercial or residential projects, satisfy clients, and exceed industry standards.
Download this whitepaper to learn about the anodising process, the significance of coating thickness, and the applicable performance standards.
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