From cookware to metal works, aluminium has been widely used and refined because of its durable and lightweight nature. Being an abundant metal with low density also helps manufacturers and metal suppliers transform it into useful chemical, electrical, and metallic products. To make aluminium goods stronger and visually appealing, most companies prefer to use metal finishing and polishing techniques for their products.
The strength and visual appeal of anodised aluminium products encouraged companies to find other possible uses for it like in manufacturing furniture, jewellery-making, and even artwork. A commonly used metal finishing, anodising is an electrochemical treatment of aluminium surfaces to toughen its outer layer into a more functional and long-lasting metal finish. This process is relatively environment-friendly because it enables metal products to become more resilient and reusable.