Finishing metal parts is often a great challenge for production companies. Creating output with a homogeneous and compact appearance or eliminating excess parts in post-production is anything but simple, especially for metal alloy work.
Lately, more and more companies are resorting to the use of sandblasting techniques to finish products and clean or deburr their metalwork. This technique is becoming more and more popular due to its great efficiency in terms of results and its incredible possibility of being implemented in multiple sectors.
In fact, professional sandblasting machines can be used both in the post-production phase to remove swarf, and to regenerate components by removing oxides or removing paint residues through the use of different types of grits such as glass microspheres, aluminium oxides (corundum) plastic, ceramic, metallic grits, etc.
But what makes sandblasting so efficient?