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"Anodizing as per ABP 0 -1013"



October 20, 2015

Q. Dear Sir/Madam,

Myself Sanjeev Lamani working as a engineer in surface treatment Company.

I have received RFQ from one of our customer stating that anodizing as per ABP 0 -1013 for airbus enquiry (For Alloy Specs : AB3 - 1029).

Please suggest me which is best process for this as per MIL-A-8625.

Please help me to clear this information.

Sanjeev Lamani
Plating shop employee - Bangalore, Karnataka, India
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October 23, 2015

A. Given this is a job for Airbus, "APB" sounds like a designation for an internally developed specification of theirs. Ask your customer to provide a copy of 0-1013 or a source you can get it from.

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