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Metal Finishing Shop Directory Data Form

Complete and submit the form below to enter your company in the Shop Directory.


Company/Corporation Name
Point of Contact
Does your Company have web site
If so, enter the address (URL)

Select geographical area serviced by your company:
Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Connecticut Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland Virginia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois
Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas
Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Utah, Colorado New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Southern California, Hawaii Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Northern California
Eastern Canada (Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes) Western Canada Mexico
United Kingdom Other

Identify which finishing processes are present at your shop by placing a check in the "Rack" and/or "Barrel" column.

rack / barrelrack / barrel
Anodizing, Chromic Passivation
Anodizing, Hardcoat Phosphate Coating
Anodizing, Sulfuric Pickling
Black Chrome Plating on Plastics
Blackening, Antiquing Rhodium
Black Nickel Silver
Black Oxide Tin
Brass Tin-Lead
Bronze Tin-Nickel
Cadmium Zinc
Chromate Zinc/Cobalt
Chrome, Decorative Zinc/Iron
Chrome, Hard Zinc/Nickel
Copper Zinc/Tin
Nickel, Decorative
Nickel, Electroless
Nickel, Industrial
Oxidizing, Decorative

Identify which finishing processes are present at your shop:

Abrasive Blasting Mechanical Plating Brush Plating
Chemical Milling Polishing or Buffing
Electrodeposition Powder Coating
Electroforming Printed Circuit Boards
Etching Solid Film Lubricants
Lacquering Spray Painting
Mass Finishing Vacuum Coating




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