Due to the temperature-resistance properties of anodic coatings, heat sinks are often anodised to help remove heat from transistorized printed circuit boards. A few examples of the many uses for anodised aluminum in electronic instruments include:

  • Clocks
  • Photographic Eqiupment
  • GPS Navigation Devices
  • Microscopes
  • Computers
  • Solar Panels
  • Electronics Hard wear
  • Racks and mounting
  • Equipment
  • And Much More

Anodised products and components are used in thousands of commercial, industrial and consumer electronic applications. Advanced technology allows us to provide considerably smaller coating tolerances than were previously available as little as 8 years ago. The uses for anodised aluminum in electronics are endless, limited only by the imaginations of designers, inventors and engineers.