In the field of stainless steel and alloys, treatments are focused on creating spotlessly clean surfaces and preparing components for subsequent galvanic coatings and passivation.

Slag removal, finishing and aesthetic treatment achieved through the Inox Peen® process, developed and patented by our subsidiary Peen Service, fully meet HACCP standards as well as the cleanability requirements for stainless steel.

Our in-depth knowledge of processes and materials enables us to design ultra-efficient machines that guarantee top-quality results.
For stainless steel, for instance, our patented Inox Peen® treatment lends treated surfaces a particular roughness profile that achieves the same cleanability as a BA polished surface or better.
This is especially important in the food, chemical, biomedical and pharmaceutical industries.
To guarantee the quality of the Inox Peen® treatment, we have developed a special technique that is very similar to shot peening, turning this treatment a truly unique process. The Inox Peen® process gives surfaces excellent aesthetic qualities, with high resistance to fingerprint marking, and ensures the highest sanitization capability.


Inox Peen Treatment

  • It offers cleanability standards suitable for the most demanding sectors and guarantees the ability to reach undercuts and areas of difficult access in a simple, fast and effective way (with compressed air it is possible to reach any area)
  • It offers the possibility of treating only the area in which the welding oxide is present or of uniforming the entire surface according to the customer’s needs
  • It does not contaminate the component as in the finishing process materials that do not have ferrous residues are used and all the necessary precautions are provided to avoid contamination of the shot
  • It eliminates all disposal problems associated with chemical treatments and has a low environmental impact
  • It is a process that can be performed by the operator in a simple and fast way
  • Repeatability of the cycle thanks to the setting of the processing parameters
  • Lower cost compared to polishing and satin finishing treatments