Vibra Finish Ltd. can provide metal descaling that can remove unwanted scale from your parts. Scale can severely damage your iron-based parts. If its surface is broken, it can compromise the integrity of your product and lead to cracking and corrosion at a faster rate. We can help remove this material, restoring your part to a sound state and giving it a smooth, clean and consistent finish. With over 40 years of experience in vibratory finishing, you can trust us to remove any surface imperfection on your parts.
We can help you remove unwanted scale with our abrasive blasting techniques and pickling agents. Using an air pressure gun, we fire glass beads at your product, which shaves off unnecessary and harmful material such mill scale. Not only will this prepare allow you to paint or coat your product, it will make the process easier and more effective. Your product’s finish will also take on a bright, smooth feel, eliminating harmful scale.
Our pickling agents come in two varieties: Compound 24 and Compound 310. Each strip rust and oxidation away from metals such as copper, brass, steel and iron, leaving a smooth and strong surface.
Used in many industries
Descaling removes harmful by-products of iron and steel. It can also be used to remove other flaws such as die cast flash and burrs. As a result, it is an essential process that is usually performed prior to painting and coating. Descaling processes used in industries such as milling, shipbuilding, automotive, aerospace and more.
Excellent customer communication
Our processes are designed to offer full transparency and value to our customers. After consulting with clients, we draw up detailed plans for our operators and send sample parts to ensure satisfaction. We can also perform part sampling, which tests products against potentially harmful conditions that may occur in your work environment. It’s this dedication to quality that keeps Vibra Finish Ltd. ISO 9001-compliant.
We help our customers make smoother, brighter products on a mass level. Our processing prepares your parts for sale and use in a wide range of applications, and helps extend the life of not only your products, but also your equipment.