Thursday, September 3, 2015
Anodising Automotive Hardware for Protection Against Corrosion, Wear
Aluminium is now the preferred material of major manufacturers in the automotive industry due to its overall cost-effectiveness, while at the same time being environment-friendly, as well. According to the Aluminium Association, various studies have shown that a fleet of aluminium cars would help reduce an equivalent of 44 million tons of carbon emissions. These benefits are enhanced further through various metal polishing and finishing techniques that produce a stronger alloy surface for staying power. In 40 years of steady growth and popularity, the automotive use of aluminium is now only second to that of steel.