IMP serves as a single source for your distinct aluminum anodizing needs.
We specialize in MIL-A-8625 Type II Class 1 & 2 sulfuric anodizing of various parts manufactured from different aluminum alloys. Our modern 50,000 square-foot facility is equipped with two modern anodizing lines, with sizes up to 10' x 4' x 16", to efficiently handle your high volume finishing jobs.
Your anodized parts will also have increased protection from corrosion, better wear resistance, excellent dyeing ability, and will no longer be conductive to electricity. Depending on your specific application requirements, we can form oxide coatings on aluminum alloys in thicknesses up to 1.0 mil.
IMP makes use of a range of specialized dyes to finish anodized aluminum parts in distinct colors. When the desired color is achieved, the part is tightly sealed in a nickel acetate bath. At the end of our anodizing process, aluminum parts are formed with brilliant, permanent color finishes. If you are an OEM manufacturer of automotive, military, or medical parts, consider using our customized anodizing services to either finish or pretreat your aluminum components.
In the past, we have anodized a range of internal military components and shell assemblies. Using our quality inspection station, we test the anodized aluminum parts for corrosion resistance, according to ASTM standards. Our anodized parts can resist salt spray test for over 336 hours. As an environment-conscious job shop, Industrial Metal Plating Inc.'s chemists maintain tight tolerance controls on waste streams and process baths, while ensuring high quality in anodic coatings.