10 Nightingale Avenue

Magill 5072

South Australia 

Hours 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday 


 Uniq Anodising is strategically placed to meet the needs of any manufacturing or production line componentry that necessitates the demands for impeccable finish and delivery. 

We offer a fully integrated, turnkey approach from prototype through to the final production . We will work closely with you to ensure that you have the signature finish and colour options to suit your final product. 

Uniq Anodising’s experience extends past electroplating alone, into other metal finishing skill sets , these include Chromate Conversion , Metal Blackening , Chemical Etching , Metal Polishing and Custom Engraving and able to assist you CNC Design and Machining.

So whatever the need , the outcome is the creation and delivery of the highest standard product from conception through to completion 

Electroplating Services


 Anodising is a process to electrolytically coat a metallic surface  with a protective or decorative oxide. 


Unlike most other finishes, anodising preserves the natural luster, texture, and beauty of the metal itself. The anodised coating is a hard, durable, will never peel, and, under normal conditions, will never wear through.


The Anodising process begins by immersing the work in a series of solutions where various operations are performed. The solutions are held in open top tanks and the work passes through each unit. The work usually consists of distinct items that are placed on special racks and carried through the process in batches. 


The racks move from one tank to the next. The work is rinsed thoroughly after each operation to avoid contamination and interference in the next solution.


Aluminium Anodising 

Bead Blasting

Glass bead blasting utilises small spherical acrylic beads, which leave a peened, semi-polished, satin finish, on the metal surface. Primarily, it is used on Stainless Steel and Aluminium surfaces and castings, as it does not remove any metal. 

Bead Blasting

bead blasting
Stainless Steel Passivating
  • A process designed to remove foreign metals from the surface of stainless and corrosion resistant steels by immersing a cleaned and desealed steel part in a solution of nitric acid and oxidizing salts.

  • This process dissolves exposed surface iron and produces a transparent film of corrosion-resistant chromium oxide.

  • Does not change the appearance of the base metal.

  • Type I Low Temperature Type 11 Moderate Temperature Type III High Temperature Type IV For Steels containing large amounts (0.15 % ) of sulfur or selenium. Type V Anodic - For high carbon martensitic Type VI Low Temperature.

Stainless Steel Passivating

Chromate Conversion
  • Chromate Conversion Coatings provide good levels of corrosion resistance combined with low electrical resistance. 

    Frequently specified as a base coat prior to the application of paint or powder coating this chemical treatment is applied by dip .

  • Type I Hexchrome will range in color from light yellow to dark yellow, depending on the immersion time in the chromate bath.  Generally, the darker color coatings provide the best corrosion resistance.

Chromate  Conversion

chromate conversion
Metal Polishing
  • At Uniq Anodising we place great emphasis on quality and craftsmanship. Our well-respected polishing services are utilised by leading companies in the industrial, commercial, and architectural markets. By leveraging our knowledge and experience, we create smooth, blemish-free satin and mirror finishes on many types of metal substrates, including aluminum, brass, bronze and copper as well as steel and stainless steel.

  • We use a range of finishing equipment, including polishing lathes, Timesavers, belt sanders, and buffing machinery. 

  • contact us now  to discuss your polishing needs.

Metal Polishing