Also known as "stones" and "chips", vibratory media is manufactured in a variety of shapes, bonds, and densities to provide radius, polish, clean, peen and multiple other mass finishing applications.
Ceramic media is the staple of the vibratory industry and is used in applications across all disciplines of manufacturing for polishing, radiusing, refining surfaces and deburring
Plastic Media is a critical medium for many processes that require a more delicate or brighter finish. Plastic density is much lighter than ceramic and will avoid the negative effects of ceramic impingement on soft substrates.
Steel Media is most notorious for its weight. At 300lbs/cuft., steel can peen and will burnish with excellent efficiency.