TriPlex™, LLC
The Next Generation of Anodizing

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The TriPlex anodizing process exceeds MIL-A-8625 specifications by 3 to 5 times.

Imagine if you could replace heavier materials with TriPlex processed aluminum.  You could reduce the weight, improve durability, lower costs and achieve better protection from caustic agents.

TriPlex focuses on Type III (hard anodize) in order to dramatically improve what until now was not available.  It is a profoundly more powerful anodizing process than that which had existed for the past 89 years.

  The TriPlex anodize process uses the Military Specification MIL-A-8625 Anodic Coatings for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys as a baseline.

  This specification is the model for much of the anodizing specified for military and aerospace products.  It covers the requirements for six types and two classes of anodizing for non-architectural applications.  MIL-A-8625 also forms the basis for many anodizing specification
s that are proprietary to individual companies.  Nearly all of these proprietary specifications refer to one or more requirements of this mil spec.

  The specification includes broad processing conditions for anodizing.  It also gives important performance and acceptance criteria for such attributes as coating weight, corrosion resistance, light fastness, paint adhesion, abrasion resistance and dying.  Additionally, standards are set for general appearance, workmanship, contact marks, inspection, process control, and testing.
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