ASSDA Webinar: Stainless Steel Surface Finishes
Wednesday 22 November 2017
NSW, VIC, TAS, ACT: 11.30am - 12.30pm (AEDT)
QLD: 10.30am - 11.30am (AEST)
SA: 11.00am - 12.00pm (ACDT)
WA: 8.30am - 9.30am (AWST)
NT: 10.00am - 11.00am (ACST)
Registration: $45/person ASSDA, ASSDA Accredited and EA Members, $85/person all Non-Members
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About the webinar:
The most familiar stainless steel finishes are the smooth and cold rolled 2B, abraded number 4, and the very smooth and brilliantly shiny bright annealed (BA). The hot rolled structural members tend to be hidden so that their dimpled surfaces are not visible.
There are also many profiled, coloured, chemically processed and coating surface treatments that can be used for decorative and protective purposes.
This webinar will describe the characteristics of the various finishes, including their roughness and corrosion resistance. Specific advantages of each finish will be illustrated, with the multiple applications opened up by their different properties.
Presenter: Dr Graham Sussex, Technical Specialist
Graham is a materials expert with over 30 years experience and more than 600 technical publications to his name. Stainless steel is his specialty.
Cost: $45/person ASSDA, ASSDA Accredited and Engineers Australia members, $85/person non-members
This webinar will be hosted online via WebEx.
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NOTE: This webinar is capped at 30 registrations. Early registration is encouraged. First in, first served policy.
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Cancellations within 7 working days of the event will be charged at full price. Replacement delegates may be sent in lieu of cancellation. The organisers reserve the right to cancel workshops due to insufficient registrations or other reasons beyond their control.