Anodising refers to the electrochemical process that changes the surface of a metal into a corrosion-resistant, durable, and aesthetically pleasing anodic-oxide finish. This is not a process that happens before other finishing – an anodised materials’ surface is fully integrated into the aluminum substrate and cannot be chipped off or removed.

Amana Global has a new state-of-the-art, semi-automated anodising line which was upgraded to provide acid etch capability. As part of this anodising line upgrade, we replaced our aging waste treatment system with a new automated facility, ensuring 100% environmental compliance of all finishing processes.

Acid etching is an alternative to traditional caustic etching in the pre-treatment phase and can provide a superior aesthetic and more consistent finishes for repeat orders. Etching is performed on the material to minimize or entirely remove surface defects. Traditional anodising lines use a caustic soda to mask some defects, but acid etching uses fluoride based ions that removes most surface defects while providing a clean aesthetic.

Our line is capable of producing clear, champagne, bronze and black finishes in the maximum part dimensions shown in the table.


Clear Anodise Coloured Anodise
Length 30.6″ 29″
Width 32″ 9″
Depth 65″ 65″


Powder coating refers to the process of applying fine particles of a resin in a variety of colors to aluminum surfaces. This resin powder is applied to the material through the use of an electrostatically-charged spray gun that allows the powder to bond to the receiving material. Powder coating is available in the full spectrum of color and gives the material additional resistant to chemicals, UV Rays, and cracking or chipping.