Aluminium Anodization



Anodizing is a method for changing the surface chemistry of metallic substrates. It protects against corrosion, enhances aesthetic qualities, resists scratching and is one of the most durable surface finishes available.

Colored aluminium is what most of us picture when we think of anodizing. That's the real genius of this process. The nice, stable pores etched into the surfaces are ideal for introducing dyes or pigments.

The pigment fills all the empty pores up to the surface, where it's then permanently sealed. That's why anodized colors are so durable - they can't be scratched off from the surface because in fact the colors are deep down and can only be removed by grinding away the substrate.

MONO is unique in offering and adopting this technology in house, and currently using it at Lamborghini and at the 5th generation Range Rover models. MONO productivity has increased four times, manufacturing the items from 24 hours to 6 hours. The above mentioned method offers several unique design possibilities, and we are excited to challenge the opportunities.