Heightened protection against weathering
Guaranteeing a flawless finish and heightened protection against weathering for years to come, JB Products offers anodising for our aluminium facade products.
Our range of finishing services ensures we can provide the perfect finish for all types of products, ministering to each unique architectural vision.
JB Products prides itself on the delivery of high quality products which combine aestheticism with functionality. We work alongside architects and quantity surveyors on large scale construction projects, making certain that from the start our services are tailored to the requirements of a project - right up to finishing operations.
With years of experience delivering results for the construction industry, JB Products can be relied upon to provide bespoke solutions to even the most unique facade challenge.
The expert team at JB Products can advise clients on the best finish for their product, taking into consideration the requirements of both the material and the application. JB Products prioritises quality and durability, so look to deliver long-lasting solutions which completely satisfies our clients.
This ethos is maintained throughout our design and manufacturing operations. From CAD, to CNC cutting and forming, JB Products ensures our work is led by accuracy and consistency. Our finishing services complete this, ensuring products are ready for a quick and straight forward installation.
JB Products offers the safe and timely delivery of products to site, and can even install if so desired.
Anodising can be completed on aluminium products, in gauges from 1.20-10.00mm, for clients across the UK.
FAQ's - Anodising
Anodising is an electrolytic process that creates a durable, corrosion-resistant layer on aluminium, a metal which can tarnish or oxidise over time. The anodised metal surface is harder and more wear-resistant than the uncoated metal surface.
Anodising is used in a range of applications, including aluminium cladding, consumer goods, and automotive parts.
During the anodising process, the aluminium is used as an anode in an electrolyte bath. After a cathode is then placed within the bath, an electric current is passed through. Oxygen which forms on the surface of the anode will then react with the surface of the aluminium and create a protective anodic layer.
Some advantages of anodising include: an anodised surface is low maintenance and easy to clean; anodising is also a UV stable process, suitable for outdoor applications. An anodised surface will not peel as it is formed by a chemical reaction. A range of architectural finishes can moreover be achieved.
On the other hand, anodising can only be used on specific grades of aluminium, and slight colour variations can occur during this process.