About Alexandria Metal Finishers
Alexandria Metal Finishers was founded in 1962 to meet the demand electroplating and anodizing requirements of our country's space program in the field of metal finishing. The company provides metal finishing services to the aerospace, telecommunications, electronics, medical, packaging, defense and commercial industries.
Specializing in technically difficult and unique plating and finishing processes, Alexandria Metal Finishers has built a national reputation for quality and reliability while maintaining its concern for the environment. We are currently a participant in the EPA & SFIC CSI Strategic Goals Program and has participated previously in the EPA's 33/50 program.
From precious metal plating (gold, silver, & rhodium) to hard anodizing and multi-plating on unusual alloys and special set-ups, Alexandria Metal Finishers provides a diverse range of finishing services. Currently offering more than 40 processes including non-destructive testing, we also maintain an in-house library of federal, aerospace, military and commercial standards.
Currently Offering Over 40 Processes
Alexandria Metal Finishers' 40,000 square foot facility houses processing equipment designed to provide a wide range of anodizing, plating, and other metal finishing services. This facility also includes a complete laboratory with state-of-the-art test equipment to provide the advanced technical capabilities, testing, documentation, and traceability required to ensure the highest quality standards. We have achieved registration to ISO 9001:2015 and has received quality awards from many of the major government contractors including NASA, Thiokol Corporation, Atlantic Research, and Honeywell.
Over its 50+ year history, Alexandria Metal Finishers has been involved in a wide range of special projects - many involving research & development and special set-ups. These special projects have included finishing for the Peacekeeper Program, the Titan Missile, the International Space Station, the Stinger Missile, the NASA wind tunnel, the Washington Monument Restoration project, and the re-encasement of the Charters of Freedom for the National Archives and Records Administration.