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10/24/2017

Metal Finishing Co. offers composites testing services

Originally titled 'Metals specialist offers composites testing services'
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The Metal Finishing Co. (Wichita, KS, US) has entered the composites testing services market.

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The Metal Finishing Co. (Wichita, KS, US) has entered the composites testing services market, offering inspection of solid laminate, metal-to-metal and metal-to-honeycomb composite structures using through transmission, pulse echo, resonance and phased array ultrasonic inspection, as well as film and non-film radiography, leak testing and light transmission testing. The company holds several aerospace and space vehicle approvals and has been a Nadcap-accredited facility for 20 years.

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