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Surface Finishing

Surface finishing is important for workpiece to avoid corrosion. KES offers complete technique in surface finishing, including pickling, passivation, machine vibrating, drying, dusting, sandblasting, baking paint, oxidation, oil spraying, electroplating, etc. 


All the functional requirements for products, such as corrosion resistance, wear resistance and decoration can be met by KES surface finishing.


Surface Finishing

Descriptions of Surface Finishing

Surface finishing is a process of artificially forming a surface layer on the surface of the base material that is different from the base in terms of mechanical, physical and chemical properties.  For metal castings, the commonly used surface finishing methods are mechanical grinding, chemical treatment, surface heat treatment, and spraying the surface. Surface finishing is to clean, clean, degrease, and descale the surface of the workpiece.

Advantages of Surface Finishing

  • Increasing the capability of materials in corrosion resistance and wear resistance, and thereby extending the service life of the materials

  • Meeting with the functional requirements of materials, such as decoration

  • Improving the strength and hardness of the materials

  • Increasing the bearing properties of the materials

  • Reducing the contact resistance of the materials


Surface Finishing FAQs
  • Q: What is Meant by Surface Finishing?

    Surface finishing is a broad range of industrial processes that alter the surface of a manufactured item to achieve a certain property. An unfinished surface is often called mill finish. Surface finishing processes can be categorized by how they affect the workpiece: Removing or reshaping finishing.

  • Q: Why is Surface Finishing Important?

    Variations in the surface texture can influence a variety of performance characteristics. The surface finish can affect the ability of the part to resist wear and fatigue; to assist or destroy effective lubrication; to increase or decrease friction and/or abrasion with mating parts; and to resist corrosion.  

  • Q: What are the Commonly Used Mechanical Surface Finishing Methods?

    The commonly used mechanical surface finishing methods include abrasive blasting, sandblasting, burnishing, grinding, honing, mass finishing, tumble finishing, vibratory finishing, polishing, buffing and lapping.


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