Vibratory deburring involves the use of abrasive media, a detergent, aka compound, and water to affect the surface of manufactured parts. Performed in vibratory tubs or bowls, there are various forms of how Vibratory Deburring Systems are designed centered around the amount of energy applied (low energy versus high energy) to affect process time.
Water is continuously contaminated in the deburring process as a result of the break down of abrasive media and the products being processed.
Over the past 70 years, waste water from Vibratory Deburring aplications has been primarily pretreated and then discharged to the sewer. The problems associated with this include clogged drains, escalating costs of compound and the increasing cost of regulatory compliance.
Cost effective recycling of Vibratory Deburring is now taking hold throughout major manufacturers’ facilities. The numerous benefits include: