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ISOTROPIC SUPER FINISHING

Wherever metal surfaces come into contact with each other contact-stresses and friction occur. This friction results in heat, loss of surface material, increased maintenance, and can lead to failure of parts.

These conditions regulate and reduce the performance and compromise the design of the component.

Super-finishing is a means of regaining those losses by producing a superfine finish where it is most needed. 

The process is carried out in specially designed commercial equipment that is then utilised with high density, non-abrasive conditioned ceramic media and specially formulated metal finishing compounds.

This process results in a metallic surface that can operate at cooler temperatures, with greater efficiency, whilst extending the life of the part and reducing maintenance and break-in periods while maintaining the dimensional integrity of the part.

Call to discuss 021 940 949  Or email for details info@ppcr.co.nz

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