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AAC Student Poster Awards Announced
Reliant Aluminum Products contributes scholarships for students with winning posters; Students engaged in materials science, bioengineering, nanotechnology, electrochemical technology, corrosion science, and related engineering disciplines presente...
Blog Published: 1/14/2013
Triumph Group Acquires Aerospace Finisher Embee Incorporated
Embee employs approximately 400 people, and offers high velocity oxy fuel, anodize/hard anodize, paint, chrome plating, shot peen and cadmium plating.
Blog Published: 12/28/2012
AAC Issues Call for Papers for 2013 Anodizing Conference in Seattle
22nd Annual International Anodizing Conference, scheduled to take place October 1-3, 2013 at the Hyatt at Olive 8 in Seattle, Washington.
Blog Published: 12/20/2012
Anodizing Q&A: Parts Burning During Hard Anodizing
What could cause parts to burn during hard anodizing? Our expert Larry Chesterfield answers that question.
Blog Published: 11/13/2012
Q&A: Titrating Sulfuric Acid Anodizing Baths
Q: Do you have a recommended analytical method to determine the sulfuric and aluminum concentrations in sulfuric anodizing solutions?
Blog Published: 10/11/2012
New Surface Coating Evicts Biofilms For Good, Researchers Say
Team of Harvard scientists has developed a slick way to prevent the troublesome bacterial communities from ever forming on a surface.
Blog Published: 8/10/2012
New Mexico School Features Eco-Friendly Anodized Walls
Bernalillo Elementary School achieves sustainable design goals using products by Linetec
Blog Published: 5/4/2012
Enthone Finalizes A Brite Company Acquisition
A Brite will continue to do business with its name and as an Enthone distributor.
Blog Published: 3/28/2012
PPG Chromate-Free Primer, Pretreatment on Boeing Next-Generation 737, and VIDEO
A chromate-free metal pretreatment and an exterior decorative primer are now standard on Boeing Next-Generation 737 production airplanes. Watch video of the 737 being built in 3 minutes!
Blog Published: 2/22/2012
New Coating Could Mean Cheaper Solar Cells
An MIT website says a novel way to make thin, uniform coatings developed at Rice University could reduce the cost of making conventional silicon solar cells, and could open the way for new kinds of solar cells that are far more efficient or cheaper ...
Blog Published: 1/13/2012

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