Manufacturing

Increased Production, Reduced Costs

Lean manufacturers can cost-effectively increase production by reducing rework and eliminating unnecessary time-consuming steps. Sponge-Jet technology allows companies around the world to reduce the time associated with surface preparation by integrating it directly into the production site. Applications include:

  • High Tech & Light Manufacturing
  • Heavy Industry
  • Molded Parts (e.g. slush, pressure and injected)
  • Surface Finishing
  • Composite Manufacturing
  • Agricultural & Heavy Equipment
  • Wind Turbines
  • Food and Beverage
  • Pipe Manufacturers
  • Steel Fabricators

Less time is wasted on transportation to either an in-house blasting facility or outside third party. Overall quality is increased due to reduced handling, transportation and contamination from exposure to the elements.


Features & Benefits

  • Reduced rejection & rework (Six Sigma Quality)
  • Reliability of schedule & budget
  • Improve community relations and compliance
  • Reduce manufacturing steps improving integration
  • Increased production & profits
  • Equipment reliability and asset life extension

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