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Published: 8/1/2013

Preventing Soil Contamination is Good Business For Witt Lining Systems
Manufactures flexible PVC liners used for corrosion resistance in process tanks, storage tanks, vats, sumps, pits and containment areas.

Published: 7/1/2013

DiamonDyze in the Rough
A pair of coaters—who are also racing enthusiasts—say they have made a significant advance in aluminum anodizing using ceramics to produce an extremely hard, corrosion- and wear-resistant anodic oxide coating.

Published: 5/1/2013

SUR/FIN Preview: Old School, Chicago Style
As we head to the Windy City for NASF’s SUR/FIN 2013, let’s take a look at some of the oldest continuous plating operations in Chicagoland.

Published: 5/1/2013

A.M. Metal Finishing Meets The Lockheed Standard
Orlando plating shop one of 70 to make Lockheed Martin’s Preferred Supplier list from 2,000 vendors

Published: 4/1/2013

European Commission Issues Roadmap for Targeting Chemicals, Metals
55 substances per year will be risk-assessed, but the mid-term objective is to assess 80 substances by the end of 2014.

Published: 4/1/2013

The NASF 1000: Finishing Industry Leaders Support NASF Public Policy Agenda
The NASF recently launched the NASF 1000 initiative to provide sustaining support for the finishing industry’s public policy advocacy and government relations activities.

Published: 4/1/2013

NASF 2013 Management Conference Gets High Marks
Economic & Business Update Dr. Ken Mayland, president of ClearView Economics, presented the latest data on business trends and his prognosis for the global economy and the state of manufacturing in North America.

Published: 4/1/2013

New Anodizing Technology for Reusable Medical Equipment
Decorative properties of Type II, functional properties of Type III.

Published: 4/1/2013

Senate Bills Would Require High-Risk Facilities to Implement “Inherently Safer Technologies”
Senator Lautenberg introduced two bills seeking to require certain high-risk facilities to implement measures—including so-called inherently safer technologies —to protect them from terrorist attacks.

Published: 4/1/2013

Warsaw, Ind: The orthopedics capital of the world
Study done by Kosciusko County says employs about 6,800 orthopedic industry workers, representing nearly one in every four jobs in the county.