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Minimizing Frequency of OSHA Inspections
A safety program goes a long way to reduce accidents, worker complaints and violations, and to comply with OSHA regulations—all of which should lead to a reduced need for OSHA to inspect your facility.
Ask an Expert Published: 3/27/2014
Take Employee Complaints Seriously
When complaints are ignored by the employer, the worker often complains to EPA or OSHA, or, worse, an accident occurs.
Ask an Expert Published: 3/20/2014
Racking Without Visible Rack Marks
What is the process of racking a machined part to be anodized with no visible rack marks?
Ask an Expert Published: 2/3/2014
Food-Grade Anodic Coatings
Anodizer looks for certification that an anodic coating is safe to use with food.
Ask an Expert Published: 1/27/2014
SBA Mentor-Protégé Program
Will the federal mentor-protégé programs help improve a small business' chances for a federal contract?
Ask an Expert Published: 9/24/2013
Guarding Against Counterfeit Parts
We have been doing a lot of defense work lately and are concerned about counterfeit parts. How can we protect ourselves?
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2013
Supplier Contracts
Can we (the supplier) refuse to agree to early termination of a contract unless the customer agrees to increased prices or other concessions?
Ask an Expert Published: 7/1/2013
Anodize Cooling System Design
What material would you recommend for the chilling system that I need to install for my anodizing tank, which has a capacity of 1,800 L (475 gal)? Can I go for Type 316 stainless steel or copper pipe with lead plating?
Ask an Expert Published: 4/22/2013
Technical References for Anodizing
Are there any resources to read and keep on hand as references for troubleshooting appearance issues?
Ask an Expert Published: 2/1/2012
Chromic Acid Anodize Failing Salt Spray Testing
We are performing salt spray testing on 2024 and 7075 alloy test panels that have been Type I (Chromic Acid) anodized. The test panels have been sealed in DI water at 96°C (205°F) for 25 min. The panels fail the salt spray test within 24 hr.
Ask an Expert Published: 5/1/2011

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