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Metal finishing features, July 2012

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Corrosion and Exposure—An Ounce of Testing is Worth a Ton of Recalls

In this highly informative piece, technicians from Anderson Laboratories effectively demonstrate how accepted corrosion testing procedures can help operato

Role of Sonic Transducers in Cleaning Operations

John Durkee, Metal Finishing’s ‘Cleaning Times’ columnist, views the use of ultrasonic transducers as both ‘black art’ and ‘pure science.’

In-depth article addresses the fundamental questions related to setting up—and analyzing—a spray booth system.

Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg, authors of the new "On the Surface" section in Metal Finishing magazine, give readers a "heads-up" about Federal EPA changes in

Leslie Flott, author of Metal Finishing’s “Quality Control” column, offers the latest in his series on manufacturing process management tools.

Precision component manufacturers are increasingly specifying the monitoring and documentation of residual contamination limit values as a means to mitigat

Metal Finishing’s “Cleaning Times” columnist, John Durkee, delves into the various aspects, problems and engineering mechanisms common to both the drying o

Collaboration results in the launch of enGage™ advanced software, offering plating shop managers mobility and total process monitoring.

High-tech, high reliability manufacturers require state-of-the-art clean manufacturing technology and implementation strategies for successful design and e

John Durkee, Metal Finishing’s “Cleaning Times” columnist, offers facility managers advice on addressing challenging, real-world cleaning situations.

The determination of cleanliness is backed up by lessons learned from failures, surface and analytical tests that may or may not include industry standards

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