Upcoming Webinar Explains Metal Composites

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2016


Painted finish of aluminum composite materials and metal composite materials will be the topic of a free webinar from Durability + Design next Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 11 a.m.-noon Eastern (8 a.m.-9 a.m. Pacific).

Jim Moses, PE, technical services manager with Mitsubishi Plastic Composites Americas, will lead the webinar, which will help to illuminate the following:

  • How aluminum and metal composites are made;
  • The structures of aluminum and metal composites;
  • Finish options available when working with aluminum or metal composites, including paint and resin options; and
  • Accelerated testing in relation to the materials.

About the Presenter

Jim Moses has 40 years of experience in the building industry, working as a construction materials manufacturer, structural design engineer and design/build contractor. He has been involved in standard and code development in relation to building structures, and has directed product development and testing programs with a number of companies, including GTE, Tyco International and OneSteel Australia.

Moses received his architectural engineering degree from Kansas State University, and is a registered professional engineer in multiple states.

Participants in this webinar are eligible for one AIA LU credit. To register for the Nov. 9 presentation, click here.

D+D Webinar Series

Durability + Design’s 2016 webinar series continues through the end of the year, with webinars on topics including building envelope air tightness, fire-resistant architectural coatings, factors when considering an air barrier and finishing concrete floors. For a full schedule of upcoming webinars, click here.

This webinar is sponsored by AGC-Chemicals’ Lumiflon FEVE Resins.

   

Tagged categories: Aluminum; Architectural coatings; Asia Pacific; Building Envelope; Commercial / Architectural; Education; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Latin America; Metal cladding; North America; Webinars

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