Anodizing offers a variety of benefits. Not only does it help with corrosion, heat, electrical and abrasion resistance, but it has a cosmetic appeal that works for almost every industry. That's why Faztek partners with Northern Indiana Anodize, an accomplished local anodizer, to bring you some of the lowest costs and quickest turn around times in the industry.
With our partnership with NIA, we are able to bring you sulfuric and electrolytic anodizing processes, we are able to offer a variety of color options including the very popular black, and our anodizer is able to meet your biggest projects with tanks ranging from 6 feet up to 30 feet.
With our partnership, we are able to offer both organic dye and electrolytic 2-step coloring options dependent on your companies application needs. Our Sulfuric Anodize can be run on both the large and small tank lines, while the 2-Step Electrolytic is only run on the large line. Large tanks are 336" x 42" x 60" and small tanks are 48" x 42" x 65" giving us the ability to seamlessly handle all of your project needs.
While our aluminum has a clear anodize finish, nothing looks better than the attractive black finish that our black anodize produces. Not only can this finish be architecturally beneficial, but the attractive finish also works for desks and decorative railings in any office space.
While black is available across both lines and coloring options, our range of colors such as red, blue, green, and yellow are only available on the small line with bars and parts up to 48" in length. Contact us today, to find out more about these options.
One of the most common questions when it comes to anodizing is how does it fair against sunlight. Our partners take this seriously and have found that their standard method of anodizing produces a lightfastness of up to 10 years without significant fading. For projects that require a more robust finish, dyes can be adjusted to handle up to 20 years or more without significant fading.
Some anodizing processes can be harsh on the environment, that's why NIA only uses environmentally friendly dyes. Their dyes and processes comply with all federal and state environmental regulations and are RoHS compliant.