2010

Oxygen Barrier Coating on Anodized Aluminum Substrate

A company is interested in licensing a film material that can be printed, sprayed, or transferred onto an anodized aluminum surface, such that the applied layer prevents oxygen from reaching and reacting with copper or other colored metals that are electro-deposited into the alumina pores. The abrasion-resistant barrier must withstand temperatures up to 800 °F for 10-15 minutes, and endure continuous heating up to 500 °F.

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