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1/15/2008

Test Panels

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ACT Test Panels (Hillsdale, MI) has published a 22-page brochure outlining its test panels and other products.

ACT Test Panels (Hillsdale, MI) has published a 22-page brochure outlining its test panels and other products. The document details how panels are produced using cold- and hot-rolled steel, hot-dip and electrogalvanized steel, cast iron and aluminum, and other substrate materials. ACT test panels are premium materials aimed at laboratory, R&D, coating qualification and other demanding applications; Tru Panel utility-grade panels are an economical alternative for appearance checks, batch validation, color verification, and other day-to-day testing tasks. The brochure also outlines other test products including standards for orange peel, coating smoothness and other attributes.

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