Finishing Processes

With the selection of the correct mass finishing equipment, finishing media and compound a number of different surface finishes can be achieved.



Many materials are frequently machined in order to create pieces of specific shapes and sizes. These procedures often create sharp edges or protrusions. The raised particles and shavings that appear when components are machined are referred to as burrs, and the process by which they are removed is known as deburring.

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BV Product’s advanced polishing finishing systems produce perfect surfaces with the minimum of material removal. Polishing processes are carried out in the BV range of equipment making each application cost-effective, technically advanced and highly productive.

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Wherever metals come into contact with each other contact stresses and friction occur. Both these conditions regulate and reduce the performance and compromise the design of the component. Super-finishing - often called ISFP or CASF (Chemically Accelerated Surface Finishing) is a means of regaining those losses by producing a superfine finish where it is most needed.

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Descaling and Cleaning

Mass finishing equipment is an extremely useful tool for the descaling and cleaning of various types of materials. The equipment in conjunction with consumables such as abrasive medias and cleaning compounds work together to remove any scale, rust or grease and improve the surface quality of a range of different components.

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