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BS EN 12373-1-2001 aluminium and aluminium alloys - anodizing - method for specifying decorative and protective anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium

Standard Number:  BS EN 12373-1-2001
Title:  aluminium and aluminium alloys - anodizing - method for specifying decorative and protective anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  BS EN ISO 7599-2010

Publication Date:  2001/7/15
Execute Date:  2001/7/15
Adopted International Standard:  EN 12373-18:2001, EN 12373-19:2001, EN ISO 2064, ISO 2064:1996, ISO 2859-1, ISO 9227, ISO 10074, EN 12373-2, EN 12373-3, EN 12373-4, EN 12373-5, EN 12373-6, EN 12373-7, EN 12378-8, EN 12373-9, EN 12373-10, EN 12373-11, EN 12373-12, EN 12373-13, EN 12373-14, EN 12373-15, EN 12373-16:2001, EN 12373-17:2001, EN ISO 1463, ISO 1463:1982, EN ISO 2360, ISO 2360:1982
Status:  withdrawn
International Classification for Standards (ICS)MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING>>Surface treatment and coating>>Surface treatment
CCS Classification for Standardscomprehensive>>Based on the standard>>Materials protection
Publisher:  British Standards
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Number of Pages:30  

Preface:Aluminium, Aluminium alloys, Anodizing, Electrochemical coating, Electrodeposition, Coatings, Anodic coating, Decorative coatings, Protective coatings, Aluminium oxide  
Overview: This European Standard, a part of the BS EN 12373 series, describes a method for specifying decorative and protective anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium.It is applicable to the specification of coatings, mainly of aluminium oxide, which are formed on aluminium by an electrolytic oxidation process in which the aluminium acts as the anode.It is not applicable to the specification of:a) non-porous oxide coatings of the barrier layer typeb) coatings produced by chromic acid or phosphoric acid anodizingc) oxide coatings intended merely to prepare the substrate for subsequent application of organic coatings or electrodeposition of metalsd) “hard anodized” coatings, used mainly for engineering purposes, for which abrasion and wear resistance are the primary characteristics.This standard is intended for use by purchasers requiring a product to be anodized and provides a checklist of properties which might or might not be relevant. It contains requirements to be agreed between the interested parties and is presented as a method for specifying and not as a specification; it is therefore not appropriate to claim that an anodic oxidation coating conforms to this standard.  
Cross References:EN 12373-18-2001, EN 12373-19-2001, EN ISO 2064, ISO 2064-1996, ISO 2859-1, ISO 9227, ISO 10074, EN 12373-2, EN 12373-3, EN 12373-4, EN 12373-5, EN 12373-6, EN 12373-7, EN 12378-8, EN 12373-9, EN 12373-10, EN 12373-11, EN 12373-12, EN 12373-13, EN 12373-14, EN 12373-15, EN 12373-16-2001, EN 12373-17-2001, EN ISO 1463, ISO 1463-1982, EN ISO 2360, ISO 2360-1982  
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