Continuous Anodized Fine Aluminum Wire is available from 8 to 30 AWG on spools.
Anodizing Finish (Aluminum Oxide Coating).
Aluminum Strip and Ribbon
Thickness: Gauges from .001 to .250 inch.
Aluminum Anodizing Information and Process
Anodized Aluminum Coat and Insulation Information
Anodized Aluminum Wire Properties
Anodized Aluminum Wire Mechanical Properties
How to Anodize Aluminum Wire
Certificate of Compliance
Anodized Aluminum Wire Quotation
- Teflon (Dupont®)
- Scotchcost (3M™)
- Polyurethane/Nylon (150°C)
- Butyral (130°C)
- Polyester (130°C)
- Soderable Polyester (155°C)
- Polyesterimide (ISOMID) (180°C)
- Polyamide (ML) (220°C)
- Other coatings available upon request.
Why Aluminum Oxide Insulted Wire?
- The anodic insulation is inorganic, absolute chemically inert and will not be affected by age or storage.
- The anodic layer will not be affected by radiation, gamma or proton and ultra-violet rays.
- The anodic film thickness is thin and flexible, highly dielectric and has a extreme melting point of 3722Â° F.
- It is resistant to thermal shock, fatigue, aging,cryogenic, vibration, corona, fungus, toxic and other forms of physical deterioration.
- The anodic film will dissipate heat and will intergrate colors anbd may be used for primer for bonding and additional overcoats.
- Military Specs MIL-A8625 Type II Class 1 and class 2, sealed and unsealed.
- Adhesive coatings for commercial and medical applicaitons.
- Conversion coating per MIL-C-5541 Type 1 and Type 3.