EEOICPA Electrofusion

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 Electrofusion Corporation, Fremont California

 

Electrofusion buildingElectrofusion Corporation

Electrofusion is a beryllium vendor facility for 1986-2002 so workers are eligible to file Part B claims.

Electrofusion Corporation provided beryllium products to Sandia National Laboratory, California. Electrofusion was acquired by Brush Wellman in 1990 and is currently part of the Brush Wellman Engineered Products Division.

Due to Brush Wellman’s status as a statutory beryllium vendor, all employees of Brush Wellman in the U. S., regardless of location, are covered for the entire period for which Brush Wellman and its predecessors supplied beryllium to the U. S. Department of Energy or its predecessor agencies. That period is defined as August 18, 1943 and continuing.

Additionally, on March 8, 2011 the corporate name of Brush Wellman, Inc. changed to Materion Brush, Inc.


Alternative Name

  • Brush Wellman Electrofusion Products
  • Materion Brush, Inc.

     

    DOE

    DOE lists Electrofusion as a covered EEOICPA facility.

    DOL

    DOL provides Part B statistics on Electrofusion.

     

     

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