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Dry electropolishing of mixers & agitators
For Processed Foods, Dairy, Beverages, Pharmaceutical & Biotech Industries

Food industry requires specific materials, design and surface quality to fulfill the standards of the industry in terms of durability, compatibility, homogeneity and cleanability. Dry electropolishing provides numerous advantages as it improves surface quality while reducing the number of process steps and costs. It precisely removes surface roughness, preserves geometry and tolerances, extends the lifespan of parts improving the corrosion resistance and prevents bacteria growth.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of mixers and agitators for food industry improved the quality of the products while reducing the cost and environmental impact using DLyte Dry electropolishing process. The company replaced manual polishing and outsource of traditional electropolishing only by dry electropolishing. In this document, you will discover why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for improving surface quality of metal agitators and mixers. And also you will learn: 

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for food industry

  • Cost analysis of Dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of mixers and agitators for the food industry improved the quality of its products and its profit.

Tablet punches manufacturing & refurbish
For the Pharma Industry

Within the tablet production field, the importance of a perfect appearance of the pills in a package is crucial to avoid doubts about integrity and quality of the product.

 

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface or breakage of the tablets, improves the performance and extends the lifespan of the pressing tools, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of tablet punches improved the quality of the products while reducing time and costs using DLyte. The company replaced a multi-step process, including automated abrasive polishing and manual polishing using nylon and brass brushes with the DryLyte Technology.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for the surface finishing of tablet punches.

You will also learn:

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for food industry

  • Cost analysis of Dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of tablet punches improved the quality of its products and its profit. 

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Cap compression molding tools polishing
For Food, Beverage & Packaging Industries

Within the caps and closures production, the importance of a perfect appearance, functionality and repeatability is crucial. The surface quality of a cap compression mold tool affects productivity, quality and aesthetics of the end product: the closure.

Dry electropolishing prevents imperfections on the closure’s surface, performance reduction of the press due to longer press cycles, a short lifespan of the compression molds and sticking of the cap during decompression.

To reach the technical specifications of the surface and the lowest total process time and cost, our client implemented DLyte successfully, achieving high-gloss polishing of compression mold punches while decreasing friction, preventing cap adherence, premature failure and corrosion, while keeping tight tolerances.

 

In this document, you will find out why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for the surface finishing of cap compression molding tools.

 

You will also learn:

  •  Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for the medical device industryy

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing, including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of cap compression molding tools improved the quality of its products and its profit.

Eyewear surface finishing
For Luxury & Lifestyle Industries

Within the eyewear production field, the importance of a perfect appearance of the piece is one of the key elements to assess the quality of the product. For many people, eyeglasses are used as jewelry and are the most expensive daily accessory. One of the differences between regular and luxury eyeglasses is the weight, since light glasses are more comfortable than heavy ones.

  

The DryLyte Technology allows achieving a perfect eyewear surface finishing, as it can treat small corners without changing geometries and preserving tolerances, keeping the existing logo, name, or sign unaltered. All of this can be achieved while maximizing the capacity per cycle in the DLyte equipment. 

  

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for the eyewear surface finishing. 

You will also learn: 

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for luxury and lifestyle industries 

  • Cost analysis of DLyte’s Dry electropolishing applied to a dental laboratory

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of eyewear improved the quality of its products and its profit. 

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Injection molding polishing
For the mold and die industry

Injection molding manufacturing has evolved during the last years to improve the throughput, and quality of the manufactured parts, and to extend the useful life of the mold. The increased complexity in designs and materials has supposed a challenge for mold designers and manufacturers who are looking for new, more precise, and reliable processes. 

  

The DryLyte Technology makes the polishing of molds without losing tolerances and radius precise and reliable. The DLyte process does not generate dust or heavy noise. Metals removed from the workpieces remain in the media, so workers are not exposed to noise or dust. 

  

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for the surface finishing of molds. 

You will also learn: 

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for the mold and die industry 

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of molds improved the quality of its products and its profit. 

Ultrahigh-purity valve inner channel polishing
For semiconductor, chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries

Demand for gas supplies and components with ultraclean surfaces has grown with the rising need for purity in the process medium. When manufacturing ultraclean gas-supply systems, leak-tight integrity, purging quality, purity, and lack of particles at its point of use needs to be ensured. 

  

The DryLyte Technology allows achieving a perfect surface finishing of valve inner channel, as it is more precise and homogeneous than current abrasive processes as material removal is performed by an electrochemical process which depends on the number of impacts of the media against the surface. All of this is achieved while maximizing the capacity per cycle in the DLyte equipment. 

  

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for the surface finishing of the valve inner channel. 

You will also learn: 

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for semiconductor, chemical, food and pharmaceutical industries  

  • Cost analysis of DLyte’s Dry electropolishing applied to a dental laboratory

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of valves improved the quality of its products and its profit. 

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Grinded carbide insert polishing
For Toolmaking Industry

The increasing complexity in designs and materials is a challenge for tool manufacturers who are looking for new processes in order to offer more precise and reliable cutting tools.

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of grinded carbide insert improved the quality cutting-edges and reduce cost of polishing of carbide inserts, with mirror surface finishing and a significant roughness reduction.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of grinded carbide insert.

You will also learn:

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for the toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of grinded carbide insert improved the quality of its products and its profit.

Propellers, impellers & hydro turbines
For Marine & Energy Industries

As it is well known, the design, manufacturing, and surface finishing of marine propellers and hydro turbines have a big impact in the energy efficiency and the speed of the boat. Surface quality is a key factor so that the turbine or propeller can be cleaned easily and reliably to keep the surface free of marine organisms.

 

Dry electropolishing improves surface quality of marine propellers automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of marine propellers, impellers, and hydro turbines improved the quality of its products while reducing the cost and environmental impact using DLyte.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of marine propellers.

You will also learn:

  •  Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for the marine and energy industries

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing, including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of marine propellers, impellers, and hydro turbines improved the quality of its products and its profit.

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Carbide insert die
For toolmaking industry

Carbide inserts are replaceable bits of cemented carbide used in machining. The use of inserts allows faster machining and better finishes in metal parts, as they can withstand higher temperatures than high speed steel tools.

Polishing carbide insert dies is a resource-intensive activity, as it is based on manual polishing. Besides taking hours, it leads to non-satisfactory results.

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of carbide insert dies improved the production capacity and quality and reduce cost of polishing of carbide insert dies.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of carbide insert dies.

You will also learn:

  • Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of carbide insert dies improved the quality of its products and its profit.

Carbide insert polishing
For toolmaking industry

The increased complexity in designs and materials has supposed a challenge for tool manufacturers who are looking for new processes in order to offer better, more precise and reliable cutting tools. The quality of a machined product, such as the dimensional accuracy and surface integrity, depends on many factors; for example, tool geometry, work material, and cutting conditions employed in the machining process.

Dry electropolishing automates the polishing process, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of carbide insert improved the production capacity and quality and reduce cost of polishing of carbide insert.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of carbide insert.

You will also learn:

  •  Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing, including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of carbide insert improved the quality of its products and its profit.

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Brass instruments
For musical instruments companies

Within the instrument production field, the importance of a perfect appearance of the piece is one of the key elements to assess the quality of the product. A perfect surface was only achievable with tedious and time-consuming manual processes which require high skills, space for workstations and suppose repetitive mechanical movements and toxic polishing compounds. The company continuously try to introduce production processes that to assure high-quality of its products and are safer for human health and environment.

Dry electropolishing improves surface quality of brass instruments, avoids imperfections in the surface, while reducing time, costs and environmental impact. It precisely automates surface finishing operations, preserves geometry, tolerances and biocompatibility and extends the lifespan of brass instruments while improving the corrosion resistance.

This success case explains how a manufacturer of brass instruments improved the production capacity and quality and reduce cost of polishing of brass instruments.

In this document, you will learn why dry electropolishing is the preferred process for surface finishing of brass instruments.

You will also learn:

  •  Why dry electropolishing is more effective than current methods

  • How dry electropolishing works

  • Benefits of dry electropolishing for toolmaking industry

  • Cost analysis of dry electropolishing, including CAPEX and OPEX

Download your free copy and learn how a manufacturer of brass instruments improved the quality of its products and its profit.

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