About This Webinar
Anodizing operations have several choices of sealing methods and cold sealing is a very economical, energy-saving process. This webinar will examine the advantages and disadvantages of specific cold seals—liquid versus powder. Controlling and troubleshooting a cold-seal bath will also be detailed.

Presented by:

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  • What is a cold seal?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages?
  • What are the product offerings for a cold seal?
  • How is a cold seal controlled?
  • What are typical problems an anodizer has with a cold seal?
Kevin Janis
Business Development Manager
Kevin Janis is the business development manager for Reliant Aluminum Products. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where he majored in chemistry and philosophy. He also received his Juris Doctor from the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Law.

Kevin has been involved in aluminum finishing for 21 years. He first became involved with aluminum finishing as an assistant research chemist at UOP developing novel coatings on aluminum. He became involved with anodizing at Linetec where he served as the anodizing technical manager. After leaving Linetec, he consulted to Clariant serving as the marketing manager and technical services manager of the aluminum finishing business segment for all of Asia. He has been the technical sales and service agent for the upper Midwest for Clariant products for the past 16 years. Throughout his career, he has been involved with continuous improvement efforts including Six Sigma and lean manufacturing.