Category Archives: Mass Finishing Applications
The Super Finishing removes the asperities that are inherent in the manufacturing process. By safely removing these microscopic peaks, the Super Finishing process leaves a much more uniform surface that reduces friction and allows for increased lubrication capability. While the … Continue reading
Fine-blanking can achieve flatness and cut edge characteristics that are unobtainable by conventional stamping and punching methods and surface finishing adds additional value. Fine blanking is capable of combining several steps normally required by traditional stamping making this procedure a … Continue reading
Alloy Wheel polishing has been significantly improved by optimising both the processing times and final results. These improvements have been achieved by mounting two motors on the process bowl, providing a stronger and uniform circulation of the grinding and … Continue reading
In the area of medical technology surface finish of work pieces is an important factor. Component surfaces must be ground, smoothed and polished without risking their required shape and functionality. The reasons for these requirements are hygiene and sterilization.
Due to newly designed industrial cutlery cleaning equipment, companies in the catering trade, i.e. event hire companies, restaurants, hotels, conference facilities and any venue catering for large events can now experience very easy ways of cleaning high quantities of all kinds of cooking and eating … Continue reading
Any time two metal parts come into contact with each other the resulting friction causes heat build up. These high temperatures cause wear and over time reduce efficiency and eventually create the need for replacement. By creating a smooth and … Continue reading
Industrial process water re-circulation is the preferred water treatment method for so many applications. Process water recycling systems can be connected to virtually any wet processing machine (and multiples of) and can make significant savings by way of reduced volumes of water (and compounds) used … Continue reading