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Published: 6/1/2017

Replacing Hex Chrome for Aerospace Applications
A collaboration develops between NASA and the European Space Agency to test and evaluate coating systems as replacements for hex chrome coatings in aerospace applications.

Published: 5/1/2017

NASF Report: May 2017
Regulatory Alert: California Targeting Finishing Air Emissions Below Nanogram Levels

Published: 3/27/2017

Southern California Platers Facing Lower Air Emission Standards
MFASC meeting with the South Coast Air Quality Management District over proposed lower emission levels for hexavalent chromium.

Published: 2/1/2017

2017 Hall of Fame Inductees
Frederick Gumm, John Horner, Dr. Leslie Lancy, John Lindstedt and Milt Stevenson Sr. were elected by a panel for their contributions to the surface finishing industry.

Published: 2/1/2017

Reducing Hexavalent Chromium in Military Anodizing Operations
How U.S. Air Force facilities transitioned a dichromate sealer replacement.

Published: 1/1/2017

Better Alloy Control of Alkaline Zinc Nickel Baths
The factors that influence nickel content in deposits from alkaline non-cyanide zinc nickel baths.

Published: 12/1/2016

Top Surface Finishing Innovations of 2016
We look back at the industry’s top new products and services for the past year.

Published: 8/1/2016

Balancing an Electroless Nickel Bath to Optimize Performance
While today’s EN baths are much more user friendly than they were even 10 years ago, plating shops still strive to maintain consistent, trouble-free operation. The following provides a basic understanding of EN bath control.

Published: 8/1/2016

Go-To-Guy: Dave Dunn, Operations Manager, Silvex
Dunn began at Silvex (Westbrook, Maine) in 1976 as a driver. Through the years, he has worked as the shipping and receiving manager, production supervisor and in sales.

Published: 7/1/2016

NASF: Congress Moves to Pass Toxic Chemicals Reform Act Legislation
Efforts to modernize the U.S. rules for chemicals under the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA) have been underway for the past several years and success is near. On May 24, the House approved the compromise measure by a 403 to 12 vote.