Category Archives: Chemically Accelerated Surface Finishing

New Process Finishing Facility Open House Event

State-of-the-art Facility Features Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Factory Tours Right on the heels of celebrating sixty years of success, Precision Finishing Inc. constructed a brand new, 40,000 sqft. facility in Quakertown, PA. The facility was up and running in June … Continue reading

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Chemtrol Industrial Compounds New Website!

On the heels of building a brand-new facility, Precision Finishing Inc. has launched a new website dedicated to industry-leading Chemtrol Industrial Compounds.     www.chemtrolcompounds.com The website covers every application from vibratory de-burring to accelerated surface finishing. Also featured are … Continue reading

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Customer Service Changes and Expansion

Precision Finishing Inc. is growing steadily; as such we have been restructuring our customer service team with the intent to provide more focus and expertise for all of our customers. With this growth comes some changes which started a couple … Continue reading

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Why Is Chemistry Necessary In Vibratory Finishing?

The first step of the chemistry process is that you look at the type of metal that the parts are composed of. This leads to determining what will happen in the vibratory process. A main question to ask is “what … Continue reading

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Accelerated Finishing In The Racing Industry

Chemtrol is used for chemically accelerated surface finishing (ASF) in a vibratory machine. The process creates a soft film on the surface of the part whereby non-abrasive media wipes the surface clean to re-expose the surface to the chemistry again. … Continue reading

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Vibratory Compounds

Our line of Chemtrol vibratory compounds has grown with the finishing industry since 1955 and we continue to specialize in the formulation and manufacturing of compounds for use in the vibratory finishing process. The vibratory finishing process has multiple variables … Continue reading

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Precision Finishing Company Overview

Since 1955, Precision Finishing has been supplying creative, cost effective solutions for surface finishing and conditioning to the metal working industry. We take the time to listen, ask questions and truly understand what our customers needs are. Our years of … Continue reading

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Chemically Accelerated Surface Finishing

How Accelerate Surface Finishing (ASF) Works ASF uses a surface active compound that forms a soft film on the surface of the metal part.  Nonabrasive media removes the soft film from the high or peaks of the part surface leaving … Continue reading

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Isotropic Finishing

It seems recently there has been more talk about the advantages of an isotropic, non-directional finish on machined surfaces obtained through a chemically accelerated vibratory process. It isn’t necessary to utilize a chemically accelerated chemistry to achieve an isotropic finish.  … Continue reading

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