Aluminum Finishing Services for Added Protection and Performance
Gao Fen offers a variety of aluminum finishing services and options allowing you to perfectly customize your project. Aluminum finishes can give your extrusions a chic, professional look not only improving the aesthetics, but also the performance.
Our anodized aluminum finishes come in a variety of anodized aluminum colors. We provide several standard anodized aluminum finishes as well as many other customized anodized aluminum finishes to help create the exact look you need. Learn about the anodizing process here!
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Finishing Methods for Aluminum
Used to add texture to a surface or polish it to a chrome finish. Techniques include sanding, polishing, grinding, buffing, or blasting.
Applied by dipping the profile in a chemical solution. The most popular chemical finishes include etching which gives a matte or satin finish, and bright-dipping which gives a shiny chrome-like finish.
Process in which the aluminum profile is immersed in a tank containing an acid-based electrolyte. This allows aluminum profiles to retain their metallic luster while accepting a durable and vibrant color.
Available in a broad range of paints, such as polyesters, acrylics, siliconized polyesters, and fluoropolymers. These applications are available in a nearly unlimited array of colors allowing for finishes that please every taste.
Applies a decorative finish similar to paint but with more durability. The process involves melting dry plastic powder onto the metal to produce a textured, matte or glossy coating. Eagle Mouldings has access to thousands of powder colors for your aluminum trim finish. Ask us about our stocked colors or call out a color code yourself from the RAL Color Chart.
Have you ever seen aluminum extrusions that look like wood? After applying a base coat of powder, profiles can go through sublimation. Technicians wrap the profiles in a thin film with a pattern on it. The sublimation process transfers that pattern directly onto the extrusions.