NASF-DoD Workshop on Hexavalent Chromium: Emerging California Restrictions & Implications for the U.S. Defense Supply Chain

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Wednesday, November 3 1:15 PM - 4:00 PM

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Title: NASF-DoD Workshop on Hexavalent Chromium: Emerging California Restrictions & Implications for the U.S. Defense Supply Chain

Type: Complimentary Sessions

Description:

The State of California is rapidly advancing a new rule to phase out and replace hexavalent chromium with trivalent chromium for many surface finishing applications -- decorative chromium plating, functional chromium plating and chromic acid anodizing. Regulatory deadlines are aggressive and begin in 2024. The rule would substantially impact defense, aerospace and transportation applications in DoD installations and their critical supply chains.  This workshop will focus on technical, operational and related implications for the defense finishing supply chain and identify approaches to address these implications.

Specific topics and speakers include:

  • CARB Phase-Out Plans
    • Jeff Hannapel, The Policy Group
  • DoD Supply Chain Implications and SERDP-ESTCP Cr6 Replacement Programs       
    • Robin Nissan, ESTCP; presented by Keith Legg, Corrdesa LLC
  • Aerospace Cr6 Applications and Alternatives
    • Steve Gaydos, NASF Technical Fellow
  • Adoption of Cr6-free Surface Treatments by DoD Organizations
    • Scot Bryant, Noblis
  • Aqueous Trivalent Hard Chrome
    • Tim Hall, Faraday Technology and Doug Hughes, MacDermid Enthone
  • Ionic Liquid Hard Chrome
    • Doug Morrison, Trion Coatings


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