The Devil is in the Details

Feb 11 2015, by Transmet Corp in Application Bulletins

The idiom “the devil is in the details” means that mistakes are usually made in the small details of a project. Usually it is a caution to pay attention to avoid failure. (via Grammarist)


Shot Blasting Intricate Parts

With the time and money you put into making the perfect product (aluminum die casting, zinc die casting, investment casting, etc.) you owe it to yourself to make sure it is perfect; down to the smallest of details.

Unfortunately, if you are taking those intricate parts through a shot blasting process that blasts them with aggressive blast media, details such as part numbers and date codes can be obliterated. Transmet Cast Zinc Shot blast media is the solution to shot blasting intricate parts to perfection without damage.


Works In Existing Equipment

Transmet ZA4 Cast Zinc Shot has a density similar to that of steel shot and can run in existing blast equipment without modification. This means you can start preserving the intricate details of your castings immediately after switching blast media.


Parts Blasted With Cast Zinc Shot

Cast Zinc Shot will leave a much smoother, brighter surface finish.

Shot Blasting Intricate Parts: Cast Zinc Shot preserves part details

Cast Zinc Shot is aggressive enough to clean parts and gentle enough to preserve part details and blast equipment.

Shot Blasting Intricate Parts: Cast Zinc Shot preserves part numbers on castings

Cast Zinc Shot is ideal for paint and coating removal as well as surface finishing of newly casted parts.

Shot Blasting Intricate Parts: Cast Zinc Shot preserves parts and equipment when removing paint and coatings


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