Cryogenic high speed shot blast deflashing is a process used by the rubber industry to remove flash from molded rubber parts. The process uses liquid nitrogen, high speed rotation and media (shot blast) in varying combinations to remove the flash in a highly precise, economical and expedient manner.

Parts that have thin flash can be quickly and thoroughly cryogenically deflashed. This process is exceptionally good at removing the inner dimensional and complex flash that cannot be removed by any other method.

There are two basic styles of cryogenic deflashing machine - basket and belt. The basket style was designed to process small parts and offers 100% parts containment. The belt style was designed for larger/heavier parts which require more room to tumble and a stronger rotation system.

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