Charles Davidoff, P.E.
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Electroplating and other surface finishing. Metal refining. Pollution control. Research and Development. Process, machine, and plant design. Patent litigation.
B.S. Engineering, College of the City of New York, 1936
M.Ch.E., College of the City of New York, 1937
Registered Professional Engineer
New York (24775), Connecticut (7117), South Carolina (08570)
- American Institute of Chemical Engineers
- American Chemical Society
- Electrochemical Society
- American Society for Metals
- Society of the Plastics Industry
- Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry
Publications and Patents
On metallizing; production of thin metal films; RF shielding materials; radar-reflective materials; electrochemical processes and controls; refining of precious metals.
Who’s Who in Chemistry; American Men of Science
A well-equipped laboratory is maintained. Special power sources and instruments to conduct experiments in electrochemical technology; High vacuum equipment; vacuum frames and arc lamps for photo-engraving and etched-circuit techniques; ultrasonic equipment; complete facilities for metallography; instruments for preparing and studying films and coatings; instruments and equipment for physical and chemical testing; pilot pollution control facilities. A large technical library is maintained.
Chemists and Engineers
Scope of Activities
Specializing in research, development and plant design in the fields of chemistry and metallurgy.
Electochemistry and Electrometallurgy: Plating problems of
precious and non-precious metals; alloy plating and diffusion.
Electropolishing and electroforming: Application of photographic techniques to electrolytic processes. Recovery and refining of precious metals and other valuable materials.
Pollution Control: A complete engineering service for development and design of facilities for disposal of noxious liquids and gases.
Application of Metal to Ceramics: Glass to metal seal technology.
Corrosion: Cases; inhibitors; protective coatings; material selection and use.
Metallurgy: Material, process and manufacturing problems. Metallographic examinations. Material application and selection.
Plastics: Application and manufacture of plastic parts. Application of metallic coatings on plastics.
Special process machine and plant design. Technological review and critique. Plant inspection and control. Patent litigation.