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                    Anodised

                    Anodising is an electrolytic process that increases the thickness of the natural oxide layer on the surface of metal parts, usually aluminium and its alloys. The process improves the resistance to corrosion and wear, and provides a better adhesion for paint primers and glues. Anodyc represents the first series of special finishings created in exclusive from Molteni Vernici, finishings which reproduce in an unique way the surprising result of the most traditional process of electrolytic anodisation, with a strong revolution both in the world of industry and in the world of architecture.