USAAA is selling aluminum foil for movie theater wire transfer
Posted October 24, 2018 08:01:15 The National Association of Theater Owners and Operators (NATAO) says it’s going to make aluminum foil a “premium” product.
NATAO says it will be a “nickel-plated, non-metallic, heat-treated, vacuum-sealed, wire-tipped, single-sided, wire,” which will be the standard product for movie theaters.
The company says the foil will be “free from harmful chemicals, dyes, salts, and other solvents.”
NATAAO said the foil “will not rust, fade or crack” and will last at least three years.
The NATAOA also said the aluminum foil will “be less likely to wear and tear than standard aluminum” and it will “provide additional protection from the elements, dust, and moisture.”
It will be offered at about $1.00 per kilogram.
The price is not set.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has not yet made a decision about aluminum foil.
But NATAE says its product will also be more cost-effective, because the metal is “better for you in the long run.”
The NataO is a member of the International Association of Metal Fabricators, which includes the American National Aluminum Co., the American International Group, and others.
Aluminum foil is “a better conductor of electricity, heat and water than aluminum and other common metals used in our products,” according to the company.
NataE said it will offer aluminum foil at no additional charge.