On Mon, 04 June 2001, Stan or Patricia Griffiths wrote:
> I have never heard of any beam booms or
> elements being anodized...
Anodizing is unfortunately non-conductive.
Some other anti-corrosive treatments for aluminum retain conductivity such as
iridite/alodine. If I recall, these aren't as durable.
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