1: Parts are loaded into a stainless steel basket that is placed into the Cryogenic Deburring system.
2: Basket is inserted into a stainless steel (lined) chamber and tumbles at a programmed rate while gaseous nitrogen is introduced to lower the temperature in the chamber.
3: Once the programmed temperature is reached, the parts are “blasted” with a cryogenic grade polycarbonate media at a controlled “throw speed” as determined by a preset “throw wheel speed” that controls the velocity of the media that impacts the parts.
4: Blasting and tumbling continue for a programmed amount of time.
5: Once blasting stops, the parts continue to tumble for a programmed time to remove any residual burrs that have been removed from the parts and to dislodge any remaining media. Processed parts (in the basket) are removed from the chamber.
6: Parts are emptied into a net that is suspended in a holder and blown with compressed air to remove any remaining media particulate.
7: Parts are secured in the net and placed on a table with a wire mesh surface to permit parts to return to ambient temperature and air dry.
8: Once dry, parts are returned to original packaging as supplied by the customer.
Send Us Your Samples
Nitrofreeze is pleased to provide a no-cost or no obligation assessment of your machine burr problem.
We can review part drawings, photos and actual samples of machined parts.
If the parts are deemed a good candidate for the process, samples can be processed for a nominal fee. We can also evaluate parts on a not-to-exceed cost basis if you have a target cost in mind.
We are always happy to talk with you.