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REM Surface Engineering is the pioneer and undisputed leader in the field of metal surface finishing. While other companies use abrasive machining to lap, grind, and hone individual parts, REM’s revolutionary Isotropic Superfinish Process (ISF®) employs non-abrasive automated mass finishing which results in more efficient, uniform parts that outperform the competition.

We are proud to be affiliated with a distinguished list of organizations and companies from the many of the industries we serve. REM is AS9100:2004 certified in the US and ISO9001:2000 certified in the UK.

Benefits of The REM Isotropic Superfinish (ISF) Process

The REM Isotropic Superfinish (ISF) Process is a value adding and performance enhancing improvement to conventional machining operations. The extensive benefits of the ISF Process add value and improve performance across a wide range of industries.

Universal Performance Benefits of the ISF Process:

  • Reduce Friction, Wear and Temperature
  • Increase Efficiency
  • Increase Part Durability
  • Extend Component
  • Improve Corrosion Resistance
  • Reduce Lubrication Requirements and Cost
  • Reduce Contact and Bending Fatigue
  • Improve Pitting Resistance
  • Reduce Vibration and Noise

Current Industry Uses:

  • Aerospace
  • Gear and Bearing
  • Ground Vehicles
  • Medical
  • Performance Motorsports
  • Power Generation
Material Benefits

When applied to the following materials, REM’s revolutionary ISF Process produces a unique isotropic surface condition. The ISF Process significantly reduces wear in parts made of these materials. REM is always open to working with new materials and alloys. If you have parts that you would like to have ISF processed that are not composed of one of the above listed materials, simply contact REM for more information.

Common Materials Utilizing the ISF Process:

  • Steel (Carbon, Tool)
  • Stainless Steels
  • Titanium
  • Other Engineered Materials
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REM and ISF are trademarks of REM Chemicals Inc. registered in U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.



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