Removal of burrs with some form of media (aggregates) in a tumbling barrel. This process is good for large volume deburring or parts that need aggressive deburring over a period of time.
General, all-purpose removal of burrs in media. We feature several forms of interchangeable equipment for this. Equipment used is based on volume and degree of burr.
No deburring is involved here, just removal of oils or grease.
Removal of heat-treated scale on steel parts.
Specialized form of deburring that removes burrs, but also provides a bright, shiny, polished finish for parts having a cosmetic spec. In some cases, polishing specs can be avoided at a much lower cost through burnishing.
Removal of burrs or scale through an air-blasted system using glass as the aggregate.
GRIT AND SHOT BLASTING
Removal of burrs or scale through an air-blasted system using steel grit or shot. This is the most aggressive way to remove burrs. Especially good for hardened parts.
No deburring occurs, just removal of grease or oils through a conveyor-belt washing system. We can also dry parts using this method.
SCALE, RUST, PAINT REMOVAL
We can remove all of these through various forms of deburring. Check with us to find out the best method!
HIGH ENERGY FINISHING
Mainly meant for small parts, this allows us to deburr up to 5 times faster than regular methods of deburring using centrifugal force. This process is great for putting a radius on parts or for very aggressive deburring.