Electrolytic Coloring

The electrolytic coloring process is one of the major methods to color anodized aluminum, and has the advantage of providing better light fastness as compared to other coloring processes. Tin is the most stable metal salt which can be deposited at the bottom of the pores during this process, resulting in improved throwing power compared to other metals. Reaxis manufactures the following tin chemicals for electrolytic coloring:

Metal Salts and Solutions

REAXIS® C162

REAXIS® C188

REAXIS® E111

REAXIS® E155

REAXIS® S45

REAXIS® S72

 

 

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