5/13/2015 | 1 MINUTE READ

DCHN Receives ITAR Registration

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

DCHN serves military, aerospace and defense contractors by meeting their critical supply-chain, export/import, and recordkeeping requirements.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon
�

 

 

DCHN LLC, a subsidiary of Katahdin Industries Inc., is now registered under code M35349 with the U.S. Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) pursuant to International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) part 122. With its full-service metal finishing capabilities focused on aluminum anodizing, hard-coating, printing, and laser-marking solutions, DCHN is an approved supplier of choice for military and defense-related applications regulated under the U.S. Munitions List (USML).

 

Being ITAR compliant is another example of the on-going investment DCHN has made to better serve military, aerospace, and defense contractors by meeting their critical supply-chain, export/import, and recordkeeping requirements.


"DCHN follows some of the tightest finishing and coating processes in the anodizing industry, in order to decipher exact specifications and comply with ITAR, MIL-A-8625, MIL-STD-171, and other pertinent clauses in the contract," Tim Cabot, President of DCHN, said. "We leverage innovative and proprietary anodizing technology, process engineering expertise, and operational excellence to elevate the performance, quality, and through-put of the end-product, while lowering the overall manufacturing cost. ITAR requirements are an important aspect of doing business with military hardware manufacturers, and we are pleased to have this registration."
 

For more information on DCHN and its full-service anodizing capabilities, visit http://www.d-chn.com/?utm_source=ReleaseWire&utm_medium=ITAR-PR&utm_content=DCHN-ITAR-REGISTERATION&utm_campaign=DCHN-ITAR
 

RELATED CONTENT

  • Aluminum Surface Finishing Corrosion Causes and Troubleshooting

    In this paper, a review of several process solutions, examining coolants, solvent cleaning, alkaline clean/etch and deoxidizing/desmutting, listing intended and unintended chemical reactions along with possible mechanisms that would favor corrosion formation.

  • Test Methods For Evaluating Anodized Aluminum

    Benefits of anodizing include durability, color stability, ease of maintenance, aesthetics, cost of initial finish and the fact that it is a safe and healthy process. Maximizing these benefits to produce a high–performance aluminum finish can be accomplished by incorporating test procedures in the manufacturing process.  

  • Electropolishing as a Pretreatment for Anodizing

    Electropolishing can be a pretreatment for anodizing or a substitute for bright dipping. Either way, it improves the surface of the aluminum...


Resources