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David Norwine, Norwine Associates
David NorwineDavid Norwine, after forty years in metal finishing, is now president of Norwine Associates.He
has become a widely sought consultant for this industry in the areas of pollution control equipment, environmental advice and regulatory assistance.He presently serves as the state co-chairman of the state review panel for the Strategic Goals Program.As a member of the Masters' for twenty-five years, he served on the Board of Directors for most of that time.Locally he chaired many of our committees and was president of MAMF for two terms.Nationally he served on the NAMF board of directors for ten years, serving five years as the National Chairman of Government Relations.
During these years of service, he
has received every award given by both the NAMF
and the MAMF
.He has been made a Life Member of both the MAMF and the NAMF and continues to serve this association on our Board by Presidential appointment
Eight industry awards were presented, including NAMF's summit recognition, the Sylvia C. Taormino Memorial Award, which went to retiring NAMF Board member David Norwine.
Receives Top NAMF Award
NAMF presented eight industry awards during its annual Awards Reception and Banquet at the 1998 Joint Industry Convention in Phoenix.Highest accolades went to David Norwine
(far left) of Norwine Associates (MAMF-NJ/NY), who received the SYLVIO C. TAORMINA MEMORIAL AWARD-NAMF's most prestigious symbol of appreciation.The Award is traditionally bestowed on that individual whom NAMF recognizes as having performed the most outstanding services to the finishing industry, nationally or internationally.David Norwine
retired from the NAMF Board of Directors this year after having served faithfully for over ten years.He
was one of the founding members of the Government Advisory Committee (GAC) and chaired that group for the first two years.He
also served as co-chair of the NAMF Government Relations committee for two years and as chair for three additional years.He
was on every GR Committee during his
term on the Board and served as a non-Board member on the RCRA and Water Committees prior to that.Norwine
was a member of the NAMF Executive Committee for six years.He
has also been an extremely active member of the Master's Association of Metal Finishers (MAMF-NJ/NY) as a member of that organization's Board of Directors for more than 15 years, serving two terms as President.
Wayne Farren (PAMF) and Tom Schewe (CMFI) felt the need to concentrate more of their energies on business and personal matters back home, and David Norwine
(MAMF-NJ/NY), a faithful and stalwart member of the Board for many years, will continue his work as a consultant to the industry through Norwine Associates.
One of my readers, David Norwine of Norwine Associates, wrote and added some valuable information.The original question and my response are printed below.
Q. Our company electropolishes 316 SS, primarily tubing, using a 65% phosphoric, 30%sulfuric acid solution at 120F Our power setting is approximately 12 volts and 1,100 amps.A 10-min cycle time is used.Some of the parts come out with a "frosted" appearance.What causes this?J.B.