Surface Engineering for Sustainable Manufacturing and Remanufacturing

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Surface Engineering for Sustainable Manufacturing and Remanufacturing

Component restoration through surface engineering prolongs service life, improves part performance, reduces investment, saves energy, conserves materials and reduces environmental impact. Brush plating is a surface engineering technology that promotes sustainable manufacturing by reducing waste production, materials and energy consumption, and also provides an economic benefit.

Join us at 12pm on Wednesday, June 6 at the NASF SUR/FIN 2018 Expo where Derek Vanek will present why surface engineering technologies should be considered in remanufacturing engineering to restore or improve the performance of worn or failed components.

Derek Vanek is the Technical Manager at SIFCO ASC and the author of various published technical articles. During his 30 years at SIFCO ASC, he has worked in sales, training, project management, and marketing. Derek received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Old Dominion University, before spending 5 years in the Navy.

To register for SUR/FIN 2018, click here.