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Stamping of transmission splines leaves fine burrs that are removed in seconds with no media imbedded in the surface. At the same time, wet blasting prepares the inside for a pressed bearing. Deep, sharp stress risers left by broaching are removed with fine slurry blasting. The result is a very large increase in lifecycle from the effects of fatigue.
Wet blasting removes fine burrs in machined titanium with no dimensional damage, while leaving a clean, uniform, matte finish.
Examples of deburring machined aluminum components: computer heat sinks, engine fuel rails, etc.
High Pressure Water-Only (up to 5,000 psi standard) is available for applications where media can not be used. Higher pressures available upon request.
Cracks are exposed with no media imbedded in the surface, leaving an even finish ready for liquid penetrate inspection or LPI. IMPORTANT: Dry blasting tends to mask/hide surface cracks.
Wet blasting simultaneously cleans and provides a uniform surface finish.
Light oils and corrosion are addressed dust-free.
Wet abrasive slurry blasting offers deep cleaning of aluminum cases and can eliminate painting, while leaving a superior cosmetic surface.
Wet blasting combines several steps to clean oils and greases as well as removing corrosion and burnt-on carbon.
Plastic slurry blasting cleans while producing no heat or static.
High-pressure water systems are used to remove investment cast shell, and slurry blasting will perform the final clean.
Chemicals are eliminated, and process time is lowered; wet slurry performs delicate cleaning and removing of layers, all without damaging, warping or imbedding media. Parts include metal shields and ceramic tooling.
Using plastic in the wet blasting slurry removes flash with no damage to the substrate or static; parts are de-flashed, rinsed and dried in one system to meet a particulate-free “Millipore” cleanliness standard.
Parts are washed and deep-cleaned in one wet blasting step.
Wet blasting enables simultaneous cleaning and polishing with no damage; edges are kept sharp and mold life is extended.
Turbine blades, vanes and components are wet peened on the “N” and “A” scale using glass or ceramic beads.
Pre-plate uniform surface finishing and etching are achieved with no dust or imbedded media.
Machined aluminum is wet slurry blasted to blend in extrusion lines and to achieve a uniform dust-free finish.
Wet blasting etches the surface to create a light anchoring pattern, while leaving no media imbedded in the surface. This will increase bonding strength and eliminate post-cleaning.
Wet blasting using various slurry, from fine to coarse grain, deep-cleans scale for cosmetics and prepares surfaces for painting in a dust-free environment, while importantly eliminating the need for caustic chemicals.
Wet blasting can strip paint in a dust-free environment and again, importantly eliminate health hazards from toxic coatings.
Wet blasting can strip and etch silicon wafers dust-free and reduce part breakage by up to 40%.