Also known as mass finishing or vibratory finishing, vibratory mass finishing is a process in which a large volume of parts tumble amid a mass of media and liquid—usually water and compound—inside a vibrating chamber. The action from the vibratory motion enables the mass of media to burnish, clean, color, deburr, deflash, degrease, descale, radius and provide pre-plate or pre-paint finishes to parts.

At SurfacePrep, our expert consultants work alongside our vendor partners to ensure every variable of the vibratory mass finishing process is considered, including part composition, size, shape, media type, compound chemistry, equipment type, workload (batch or continuous), finish requirement, and budget.