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Anodizing 101: Building, Construction & Design

Aluminum Anodizers Council

Description: In the 1920s, aluminum turned the world of metals upside-down with its benefits of light weight, strength, fabrication flexibility, and durability. Since then, finishing technology has provided a steady stream of protection and coloring improvements. This course explores the sustainability of aluminum, the anodizing process, and the performance characteristics of architectural anodized aluminum. It includes information to assist in the selection and specification of architectural anodized finishes for aluminum sheet, extrusions, and panels.

Sponsor: Aluminum Anodizers Council

Presented by: Todd Hamilton, Southern Aluminum Finishing Company

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