The difference between anodization and conductive oxidation
1) anodization is carried out in the case of high voltage electricity, it is an electrochemical reaction process; and conductive oxidation (also known as chemical oxidation) does not require electricity, only need to soak in the potion on the line, it is a Pure chemical reaction.
2) Anodization takes a long time, often tens of minutes, while conducting oxidation requires only a few tens of seconds.
3) The anodized film has several microns to several tens of microns and is hard and wear-resistant; the film formed by conductive oxidation is only 0.01-0.15 microns, the abrasion resistance is not very good, but both conductive and atmospheric corrosion, which It is its advantage.
4) Oxide films are inherently non-conductive, but because the conductive oxide film is very thin, it is electrically conductive.