Nadcap Electroplating Services
MFT has been an expert in the field of providing Nadcap electroplating services for over 75 years. Although we have diversified into other markets during that time, we still remain one of the top providers of electroplating solutions in the world. By offering Electroless nickel, Sulfamate Nickel, Zinc, Zinc Nickel, and Cadmium along with Passivate and Electroplolish we serve the Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Medical, Commercial and Industrial Markets, along with the rapidly increasing EV and battery markets.
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Environmental Stewards in a Non-Green Industry
MFT’s sustainability promise is the cornerstone of our company. We are fully dedicated to our green story through our commitment to sustainable, ethical, and eco-friendly principles. The following principles support our sustainability promise and are deeply rooted in our daily activities and company culture.
MFT further utilizes third party consultants and laboratories to verify results and pursue new technologies and ideas.
MFT conducts all operations in a way that protects our employees and their families, customers, neighboring communities, and the environment.
MFT implements sustainable metal plating solutions and safe and environmentally sound practices that not only comply with or exceed regulatory and legal requirements, but also mitigate environmental, health, and safety risks.
MFT embraces our role as environmental stewards while practicing and promoting the conservation of renewable resources while striving to minimize our environmental impact.
MFT constantly monitors the groundwater, surface water, and air at and around its metal plating facility. We are currently participating in a 30-year groundwater monitoring and compliance program and are expected to acquire our Stewardship Permit in 2022.