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Nasmyth TMF awarded Nadcap Chemical Processing Merit Status

Posted 7 August 2020 · Add Comment

Nasmyth TMF is pleased to announce that it has been awarded Merit Status for Nadcap Chemical Processing.

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Located in California, Nasmyth TMF is a specialist in metal finishing, painting, and non-destructive testing for the aerospace and defense industries.

A certified FAA repair station, Nasmyth TMF offers both protective and cosmetic coatings. Capabilities include complex masking, painting, grit passivation, quality testing, electro-mechanics, tartaric sulfuric anodizing and boric sulfuric anodizing.
Michael Steinberg, General Manager of Nasmyth TMF, commented: “The Nasmyth TMF team are pleased to achieve Nadcap merit status for our chemical processes.  Nasmyth TMF is a world leading metal finishing facility. Nasmyth TMF has developed a reputation for reliability, precision and speed over the course of its 55 years in the industry.”

Nasmyth TMF is at the forefront of  green zero emission metal finishing processes. The team can offer its customers metal finishing services without any harm to the environment thanks to its latest state-of-the-art production facilities. There is zero discharge across the whole facility. No water or chemicals go into the waste system and all the emissions are fed through acid scrubber and chrome scrubber extraction systems. Through high tech filtration systems, it recycles the water for reuse.


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