Tumbling

Tumbling is a closed method for deburring and polishing details, where the surface becomes smooth and free of sharp edges. Tumbling is particularly suitable for smaller profiles and details, for example in aluminum.

Tumbling

Tumbling is a closed method for deburring and polishing details, where the surface becomes smooth and free of sharp edges. Tumbling is particularly suitable for smaller profiles and details, for example in aluminum.

Tumbling at P&M Romator

Thanks to the fact that we have a closed system for wastewater and drying, the method can be described as environmentally friendly, as no residual products or wastewater come out. The varying sizes of the stones and tumbling machines allow us to adapt the process to the size of the part, which can weigh anything from a kilo to a few single grams. The liquid in the tumbling machines smoothly washes the goods cleanly in the process.

Benefits of tumbling

  • Very small details can be sharpened.
  • The part is washed clean in the process.
  • The goods get a smooth and nice surface.

How does Tumbling work?

Tumbling is done in three tumbling machines that are connected to a closed system with an associated maize dryer. The details are placed in a drum, which, like a washing machine, rotates around the goods together with soft ceramic stones and liquid, and in this way sharp edges are worn away from the part. Finally, the details end up in a new drum with cornmeal and heat, which makes the details dry and comes out clean, nice, and smooth to touch.

Of course, we comply with all applicable environmental legislation for our business. Contact us for more information about deburring details!

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