wet blasting

wet blasting

[′wet ′blast·iŋ]
(engineering)
Shot firing in wet holes.
(metallurgy)
Liquid honing in which an impeller wheel drives the liquid suspension.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Mass finishing, air blasting, and wet blasting equipment can also be used for surface modifications to enhance osseointegration.
Under the agreement, DAES Distribution will provide Vapormatt wet blasting technology and services in the United States, the Middle East and Africa.
The interior of the wet blasting chamber is lined with sheet rubber for abrasion resistance.
We can work on a vast range of components from lower valued products to high-tech medical and aero engine components, and have expertise in shot blasting, wet blasting, shot peening, individually handled to mass finishing.
Wet blasting is a highly effective process that combines compressed air, abrasive media and water in a slurry form to clean and prepare surfaces.
Where a smooth but durable surface is required, the ceramic layer can be polished with conventional means or by wet blasting.
Similarly, wet blasting also uses an abrasive media and compressed air to achieve a desired finish, but adds the third element of liquid in order to broaden the levels of achievable surface finish--often resulting in a smoother and more consistent finish.
Because the ice pellets evaporate, only the contaminant is left behind (unlike wet blasting or sand blasting).
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