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Painted Finish Considerations of ACM/MCM in Today’s Architecture

This webinar is archived and recorded from a live presentation on Wednesday, November 9, 2016.
Cost: FREE

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AGC-Chemicals - Lumiflon

LUMIFLON® resins were developed by Asahi Glass in 1982 as the world’s first solvent-soluble fluoropolymers. In the past 25 years, fluoropolymer coatings based on LUMIFLON® resins have been produced by paint manufacturers around the world, and applied to over 150,000 structures. The use of LUMIFLON® resins offers substantial life cycle cost savings compared to conventional coating technologies. Please visit

This webinar is an overview of aluminum and natural metal composite panels, finish options, details of paint and resin systems, application methods as well as weatherability and durability tests.

Learning objectives
• Learn how aluminum and metal composite materials are produced
• Learn the structure of aluminum and metal composite materials
• Explore the finish options with aluminum and metal composite materials
• Learn the practical application of accelerated testing


Jim Moses, PE, Technical Services Manager
Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America

Jim Moses is the Technical Services Manager Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America. He has 40 years of experience in the commercial/industrial/international building industry as a construction materials manufacturer, structural design engineer and design/build contractor. He has been directly involved in standard and code development processes primarily with building structures and has directed product development and testing programs with a number of companies including GTE, Tyco International and OneSteel Australia. He is a graduate architectural engineer from Kansas State University and a registered PE in multiple states.

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