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Anodic Electrodeposition

Last updated: November 26, 2016

What Does Anodic Electrodeposition Mean?

Anodic electrodeposition is a corrosion protection method in which the paint or coating that has been applied to the metal to be protected serves as the electron donor in the surrounding environment or application. This method provides protection but is often inferior to cathodic electrodeposition.


Corrosionpedia Explains Anodic Electrodeposition

Anodic electrodeposition is an industrial process that protects metal surfaces and is similar in purpose to electrophoretic coating and electrophoretic painting. It provides a fast coating application, high purity levels and an easily managed composition.


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