I am looking for a processing house that is extremely well versed in Chromic Acid Anodize and BR-127 Primer application. Preferably in Southern CA but at this point I am willing to ship parts to any near by state. I have a bunch of 22' long parts I need processed for bonding. I have wasted years trying to get various local processing houses (with long enough tanks) trained on the necessary steps but if I am not there to baby sit every single lot we get unacceptable quality. I keep getting product where they are either blowing the windows, not applying the primer properly, or not curing it properly. At this point I am looking for a processing house that is truly an expert in the process. Any leads or advice is greatly appreciated.
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