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Supplier: Sanborn Technologies
Description: minimization of: Aqueous Parts Washer Solutions Metalworking Coolants Vibratory, Burnishing, and Deburring Wastes Mop Water Food Processing Wastes Air Compressor Blowdown Printing Press Washwater Features High-tech polymeric membrane is highly insensitive to chemical and concentration changes
- Filtration Product: Coolants, Other
- Maximum Liquid Flow: 208 GPH
- Industry Use: Waste Treatment
- Filter Medium Material: Other
Supplier: Hubbard-Hall Inc.
Description: and with all medias. Aquawash 237 can be used as a burnishing and de-burring compound as well as a cleaner/flushing compound. Dilute solutions will impart temporary corrosion resistance to steel parts. In addition Aquawash 237 can be used as a heavy duty spray and soak cleaner for all metal
- Type: Cleaner / Cleaning Agent
- pH: Mild Alkaline Cleaner / Agent (8.5 to 11 pH)
- Temperature (As Used): 70 to 180 F
- Concentration (As Used, by Volume): 2 to 10 %
Supplier: Image Supply, Inc.
Description: Available for buffing, polishing, scrubbing, cleaning, stripping and burnishing. Each stripping pad is durable, long lasting and designed with open construction to allow finish and stripping solutions to flow through and to resist clogging. A thick pad that is aggressive, durable and consistent
Supplier: Ivie Enterprises, Inc.
Description: solution pick-up Quiet at 63 dB(A) Easy operation Environmentally friendly with efficient solution usage 50% to 70% less water consumption 50% to 70% less chemical consumption 25% increase in battery run time 40% increase in pad life Half the trips to the deep sink for dump and fills Cleaner
Supplier: Proceco Ltd.
Description: a fine metallic abrasive combined with a water-based alkali hot cleaning solution to mechanically remove oxides, scale, carbon deposits, oils and grease from a metal surface. The slurry blast technology can process wet, oily and greasy parts, making it an ideal cleaning technology for remanufacturing
- Abrasive Feed: Wet / Water , Gravity Feed, Pressure Feed
- System Options / Component Types: Media Separator / Reclaimer
- Workpiece Loading: Conveyor - Belt / Roller, Tumbler / Tumble Belt, Other
- Automation: Automatic / CNC
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Qingdao Eversun Precision Manufacture Co., Ltd.
MIM Consumer Products
Recent few years saw a surge of new applications in consumer products, including components for cell phones, laptops, watches, and even jean buttons. Designers take advantage of certain characteristics of MIM process, especially its ability to produce complex shapes and smooth finish. The smooth as-sintered surface of MIM parts allows fewer burnishing steps than other fabrication processes in order to get the desired mirror polish, which reduces reliance on the costly hand polishing steps... (read more)
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Stephen Gould Corporation
Precision EPS Molding
Molded Polyurethane Foam. The tightly structured skin formed from polyurethane foam inhibits moisture absorption, is smooth and non-abrasive, and can be placed directly in contact with finished surfaces without scuffing or burnishing. Because these parts are pre-formed, the occurrence of packing errors is nonexistent. Further, part numbers or company names can be molded into cavities at no additional cost. Expanded Polystyrene Foam. As cushioning material, this thermoplastic is lightweight... (read more)
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Fluids for Tumbling, Burnishing, Deburring Applications
Burnishing, deburring and tumbling are specific applications that fall under the broad term mass finishing. Mass finishing refers to a varied group of surface conditioning processes used in manufacturing operations. Cleaning and polishing are also examples of surface conditioning applications
Overview Of Low Plasticity Burnishing For Mitigation Of Fatigue Damage Mechanisms (.pdf)
Surface enhancement technologies such as shot peening (SP), laser shock peening (LSP), and low plasticity burnishing (LPB) can provide substantial fatigue life improvement. However, to be effective, the compressive residual stresses that increase fatigue strength must be retained in service. LPB
Fatigue Life Improvement Of An Aluminum Alloy Fsw With Low Plasticity Burnishing (.pdf)
maxima at the transition between the. stir and heat-affected zones. Residual. tension at the edges of the stir zone has been. associated with stress corrosion cracking. and corrosion fatigue crack growth. initiation. This fatigue debit has been. overcome using low plasticity burnishing. (LPB
The Influence of Surface Enhancement by Low Plasticity Burnishing on the Corrosion Fatigue Performance of 7475-T7351 and 2024-T351 (.pdf)
. This paper describes the use of low plasticity burnishing (LPB) to enhance the corrosion fatigue strength in 7475-T7351 and 2024-T351, without alteration of environment, material or component design.
Mitigation of Fatigue and Pre-Cracking Damage in Aircraft Structures Through Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB) (.pdf)
A test program was set up by AFRL-VASM to study the effect of low plasticity burnishing (LPB) to mitigate fatigue debit due to pre-cracking damage in two feature specimens made of AA2024-T851 and designed to simulate features of aircraft structures. The LPB solution consisted of (a) designing
Improved Fatigue Performance of Friction Stir Welds with Low Plasticity Burnishing: Residual Stress Design and Fatigue Performance Assessment (.pdf)
enhancement. processing can be used to place the FSW region. in compression to improve fatigue performance. Deep compressive residual stress distributions. produced by low plasticity burnishing (LPB). designed to improve fatigue and corrosion. fatigue performance in aluminum alloy FSW are. described
The Influence of Surface Enhancement by Low Plasticity Burnishing on the Corrosion Fatigue Performance of AA7075-T6 (.pdf)
. surface enhancement by low plasticity. burnishing (LPB) to eliminate or reduce the. surface tensile stresses necessary for corrosion. fatigue failure in AA7075-T6, without alteration. of environment, material or component design. The restoration of fatigue performance by LPB. processing of AA7075-T6 after
The Effect Of Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB) On The HCF Performance And Fod Resistance Of Ti-6al-4v (.pdf)
Low Plasticity Burnishing (LPB) has been developed as a rapid, inexpensive surface enhancement method adaptable to existing CNC machine tools. LPB produces a deep layer of compression with minimal cold work of the surface, comparable to laser shock peening (LSP), but can be incorporated
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The Chemical Formulary, Volume 4
Burnishing Solution for Shoes (Fake) Montan Wax 16 lb. 12 oz.
Micro and nanocopy of materials
Every polishing solution contains oxidizing agents and a solvent for the oxidation products.
Finite element analysis of ball burnishing process: comparisons between numerical results and experiments
Fattough M, El-Khabeery MM (1989) Residual stress distribution in burnishing solution treated and aged 7075 aluminium alloy.
Effect of a combined machining/burnishing tool on the roughness and mechanical properties
Residual stress distribution in burnishing solution treated and aged 7075 Al alloy.
Ductility improvement of aluminum 1050A rolled sheet by a newly designed ball burnishing tool device
Fattouh M, El-Khabeery MM (1989) Residual stress distribution in burnishing solution treated and aged 7075 aluminum alloy.
Effect of Ball Burnishing Process on the Surface Quality and Microstructure Properties of AISI 1010 Steel Plates
M. Fattouh and M.M. El-Khabeery, Residual Stress Distribution in Burnishing Solution Treated and Aged 7075 Aluminum Alloy, Int. J. Mach.
APPLICATION OF BURNISHING PROCESS ON FRICTION STIR WELDING AND INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECT OF BURNISHING PROCESS ON THE SURFACE ROUGHNESS, HARDNESS AND STRENGTH
Fattouh, M., and El-Khabeery, M.M., ‘‘Residual Stress Dis- tribution in Burnishing Solution Treated and Aged 7075 Aluminum Alloy,’’ International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture 29(1):153 (1989).
Developing and investigating of elastic ball burnishing tool
Fattouh M, El-Khabeery MM (2000) Residual stress distribution in burnishing solution treated and aged 7075 aluminum alloy.