2 edition of Voluntary standards for anodized architectural aluminum found in the catalog.
Voluntary standards for anodized architectural aluminum
American Architectural Manufacturers Association.
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AAMA Voluntary Specifications, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for Combined Coatings and Anodic Oxide and Transparent Organic Coatings on Architectural Aluminum is the newest standard for anodized finishes issued by the AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association). REFERENCE STANDARDS A. AAMA - Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum; B. ASTM B - Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Extruded Bars, Rods, Wire, Profiles, and Tubes; C. ASTM BM - Standard Specification for Aluminum and Aluminum-Alloy Extruded Bars, Rods,File Size: 75KB.
Whether you are talking about sulfuric, chromic, or hardcoat anodizing, aluminum with anodic coatings can be found in all kinds of architectural applications. Anodized aluminum doesn’t chip or peel, is highly scratch resistant, and is highly corrosion resistant, even . There is another type of anodizing, commonly called “architectural” anodizing. It is essentially the same as Type II anodizing above, but uses metallic ion dying which is completely colorfast in sunlight. Anodize vs Alodine (Chem Film) Alodine is a trade name for chemical conversion coating of aluminum (also called “chem film” orFile Size: 1MB.
Coating Thickness of Type II anodizing will vary from 2/10 of a thou inches) for non-dyed, anodizing to 8/10 of a thou inches) for colour dyed anodizing. Anodizing Tip Type II Sulphuric acid anodizing can be done on a vast range of aluminum alloys. SCHAUMBURG, IL - The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) has published AAMA , Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum. AAMA describes test procedures and requirements for high-performance (Class I) and commercial (Class II) architectural-quality aluminum oxide coatings applied to aluminum extrusions and panels for architectural .
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This specification describes test procedures and requirements for architectural quality aluminum oxide coatings applied to aluminum extrusions and panels for architectural products.
This specification covers anodized finishes produced in batch or continuous coil. Terminology. In this specification, “shall” is used to express a requirement, i.e., a provision that the user is obliged to.
north american fenestration standard/specification for windows, doors, and skylights: iso tr (r) anodizing of aluminium and its alloys - experimental research on possible alternative sealing quality test methods to replace the phosphoric acid/chromic acid immersion test.
Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum This document comes with our free Notification Service, good for the life of the document. This document is available in Paper format. In the anodizing step, the thickness of the aluminum oxide is closely controlled to comply with the AAMA specification.
After anodizing, many colors can be obtained. Sealing completes the process of developing this true metallic finish.
Complete Current Edition: EDITION - INCLUDES ED. ERRATA - Jan. 1, ERRATA - ERRATA FOR THE EDITION - Ap Obsolete Revision Information: EDITION - Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum - Jan. 1, Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) has adopted the AA designation system in its “Voluntary Standards for Anodized Architectural Aluminum.” The Aluminum Association categorizes its designation system by “M” for mechanical finishes, “C” for chemical processes, and “A” for anodic File Size: KB.
In my experience, aluminum bridge railing also falls within the purview of “architectural” and the anodic coatings for this product could easily be called out under the commonly used spec for architectural work: AAMAVoluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum There are two types of architectural finishes: Class I and Class II.Voluntary Standard for Thermal Performance of Windows, Doors and Glazed Wall Sections TIR-A8, Structural Performance of Composite Thermal Barrier Framing Systems.
Finishes. &Cleaning and Maintenance Guide for Architecturally Finished AluminumVoluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum. The typical anodizing employed in the architectural industry is called two-step electrolytic.
The actual anodizing and coloring of the aluminum occur in separate steps of the process. The anodizing step takes place in a tank that contains a solution of sulfuric acid and water.
They are all used extensively on aluminum, but on carbon steel and iron, the coatings are far more important than either mechanical or chemical fin-ishes. The copper alloys are commonly subject to both mechanical and chemical finishes.
On stain-less steel the mechanical finishes are the common standard, while chemical finishes and coatings. AMA"Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum" has been published by the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA).
AAMA describes test procedures and requirements for high performance (Class I) and commercial (Class II) architectural quality aluminum oxide coatings applied to aluminum extrusions.
performance of anodized aluminum. The Japanese Industrial Standards, JIS, Group, conducted a series of exposure tests on panels and performed building studies to analyze the performance of various sealing processes.
In the mid ’s anodized finishes with organic seals ultimately became the standard method for sealing the anodic film in Japan. voluntary standards for anodized architectural aluminum CSA AS1: CANADIAN SUPPLEMENT TO AAMA/WDMA/CSA /I.S.2/A, NAFS - NORTH AMERICAN FENESTRATION STANDARD/SPECIFICATION FOR WINDOWS, DOORS, AND SKYLIGHTS.
Voluntary Standards for Anodized Architectural Aluminum: This specification describes test procedures and requirements for architectural quality aluminum oxide coatings applied to aluminum extrusions and panels for architectural products.
This specification covers anodized finishes produced in batch or continuous coil. (AAMA ). It has developed standards for finishing architectural aluminum that can be used in most anodizing shops and are often specified by builders and architects.
The SAFINISH Designation System is what SAF uses for specifying exterior finishes used on architectural aluminum building products. These standards can be found in the AAMA "Voluntary Standards for ANODIZED ARCHITECTURAL ALUMINUM " Publication&apos. Within this specification are the following accelerated weathering test procedures.
aluminum used in architectural applications is anodized. • Increase abrasion resistance: The hard ano- dizing processes produce coatings from 25 ktm (1 mil) to more than l, tm (4 mils) thick. These coatings, with the inherent hardness of aluminum oxide, are thick enough for use in applications involving rotating parts where.
VOLUNTARY GUIDE SPECIFICATION FOR CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE OF ARCHITECTURAL ANODIZED ALUMINUM 1. SCOPE This recommendation outlines methods, equipment and materials applicable for cleaning anodized aluminum after construction and for subsequent periodic maintenance.
The methods outlined herein are intended for use on anodized architecturalFile Size: 43KB. AAMA"Voluntary Specifications for Anodized Architectural Aluminum (Revised).” 2. AAMA"Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements, and Test Procedures for 1.
16 CFR Part"Safety Standard for Architectural Glazing Material" (Consumer Products Safety Commission). / CRL 05 Aluminum Handrails and File Size: KB.
In addition to customizable text, links are embedded to connect users with more information on ASTM International, the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) and their referenced standards.
Among the most significant are: AAMA Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum. a Class I anodize coating that meets AAMAVoluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum.
These two options continue to set the highest standard for architectural coatings, especially in a coastal or highly corrosive environment.4. AAMA – Voluntary Test Method and Specification for Pressure Equalized Rain Screen Wall Cladding Systems; [Testing based on Edition] 5.
AAMA - Voluntary Specification for Anodized Architectural Aluminum; 6. AAMA - Voluntary Specification, Performance Requirements and Test Procedures for SuperiorFile Size: KB.Class I and Class II anodic coatings are designations created by the Aluminum Association for the purpose of codifying the specification of anodized aluminum.
The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) publication, AAMAVoluntary Standards for Anodized Architectural Aluminum, includes the following definitions from The.