Anodising has been used in the building and construction industry for more than 60 years.

We specialise in conventional anodising for the architectural, building, construction, marine and electronics industries.


Second only in hardness to industrial diamonds, anodised aluminium is easy to clean and requires little maintenance. This beneficial result combined with an array of aesthetically pleasing color finishes opens up wide range of application possibilities. The anodising process takes between four and five hours and can be applied to all aluminium products, regardless of grade. Our baths anodise products to a maximum length of 7.2m with a coating thickness of between 10 and 25 microns. The most popular colour choices are bronze hues, which are light-fast and suitable for most architectural applications.

Over the past 50 years, we have anodised materials, which have been used in the construction of:

  • The Perth Bell Tower
  • The Narrows Bridge (both the original and the newly opened bridge)
  • Perth Central Law Court (both the original and the new building)
  • Murdoch University
  • The SGIO Building
  • Methodist Ladies College
  • Fremantle Maritime Museum