RMB/D1 ceramic grinding media

RMB/D1 Ceramic Grinding Media

1. Good cutting and deburring performance while leave smooth surface

2. Suitable for most metal like stainless steel, copper, alumina and brass

3. Suitable for vibratory finishing machinery and most other surface finishing machine

RMB/D1 ceramic grinding media is produced by mixing porcelain, kaolin,clay, river clay together with brown alumina oxide abrasives. The wet material is formed into desired shape (usually by extrusion and cutting) and then fired to vitrify. Fusion bonding is used to make some media. Such media are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Also, when the engineer selects the proper grade of abrasive, the correct proportion of abrasive to binder, and the most suitable binder, this media will adapt to a great variety of application, and workpieces.

The binder acts as a burnishing surface, and this works against rapid cutting.

We consider ourselves leaders in the mass finishing industry. As such, we are always looking out for new methods to deliver what our clients desire. The use of ceramic deburring media is one such development.

To get the final product you need, you must have in place the right processes. Not only that. You also require the right media to facilitate the process. That’s why we’ve added ceramic deburring media to our vast list of finishing media. Having numerous options allows our clients to get the ideal solution for their products.



Is Deburring Necessary?

Yes, it is. Metal finishing isn’t just about guaranteeing that your parts are aesthetically pleasing. By using ceramic deburr media, you can further improve your final products. Deburring can descale, polish, clean, or prepare the part adequately for processes like getting painted. Any problems on the exterior of different metallic items are now easier to fix. These may be jagged edges from laser cutting or welding processes.

The removal of burrs has several advantages. These include making the parts smooth and safe to handle. Deburring also causes minimal wear to the machines creating the finished item. In some cases, they also polish the pieces and make them more durable.


How do we Make Ceramic Deburring Media?

Rather than using deburr media from other companies, we manufacture our own. By doing this, we can guarantee the quality of what we give you. Each media at our company gets created from scratch, in-house.

We have our very own calcination baking kilns for the production of ceramic media. Once baked, the ceramic media is left to dry naturally. The media then gets tumbled to remove burrs. We then check to ensure its cutting and wearing qualities are according to industry standards. From there, the ceramic media gets sorted to remove the substandard pieces. These include pieces that aren’t the expected size, or shape of the processed batch. Once the automated processes are complete, our team manually checks the media before packaging it.


Our Range of Ceramic Deburring Media

You can only receive the desired finish by selecting the appropriate media for your product. Do you need a smooth finish on your items or a polished look? Are you looking to get rid of rust? Whatever the case, when it comes to our media, the choice is yours. Pick the shape as well as the size that suits your needs. Below is a list of our current ceramic deburr media shapes.

  • Three different angled triangle shapes
  • Cone-shaped media
  • Cylinder wedge
  • Straight cut ellipse
  • Tri-star cut
  • Straight cut cylinder media
  • Angle cut cylinder media
  • Straight cut tri-star
  • Straight cut triangle
  • Cone triangle
  • Ball-shaped media
  • Tetrahedron or pyramid shapes
  • Straight star-shaped media

ceramic deburring media


Which machines can accommodate Ceramic Deburring Media?

Finishing processes occur through the aid of different machinery. The items that need finishing are the first to define the appropriate machine. From that point is when you can look into the appropriate media for the job. Your selection will include choosing which media size won’t be too big or too small. Having media that’s too large may slow down the efficiency of the process. It could even cause damage to your products. Whereas having pieces that are too small may not achieve the desired effect. Additionally, the small media could get stuck within the machine.

vibratory finishing machines with sound cover

The most commonly used machines that accommodate ceramic deburring materials are:

  • Vibratory Machines
  • Barrel Machines
  • Centrifugal Machines
  • Tumble Blasting Machine

There are different variations of these machines, depending on the expected output. However, with each of these, you can use ceramic deburring media for the finishing process. Just ensure you select the right type of media. Your informed selection will help to guarantee the expected results within the expected timeframes.


Applications for Ceramic Deburring Media

For this given media, you can achieve the best results when working on hardened metals. These include titanium, steel, and iron. They could be in the form of jewelry, electronic components, hardware parts, among others. A variety of industries within the manufacturing space require finishing processes. Deburring is necessary for industries such as:

  • Heavy equipment production
  • Automotive industry
  • Creation of appliance parts
  • Aerospace industry

Whichever industry you’re in, our deburring media that will work best for your metallic parts.

Aluminum machining parts before and after deburring


Results of using Ceramic Deburring Media

The reason we create differently shaped deburring media is to achieve different effects. Below are a few examples of the best applications for the various media shapes available:


  1. Ball-shaped ceramic media

These are spherical pieces, similar to marbles. Their form makes them a favorite as they’re unlikely to get lodged in the machine. Ball-shaped media also minimizes damage along the edges as they roll over the surfaces. They’re ideal for when you’d like to achieve a smooth, flat finish on your products. Non-ferous metals, as well as aluminum products, get an exceptionally even finish with ball-shaped media. They’re also ideal for items with holes that need deburring. To produce outstanding results, use these in a vibratory machine.


  1. Angled triangle ceramic media

These offer high grinding properties for hard metals that need a clean finish. They also do an exceptional job of cutting off excess surfaces. These usually come about due to the mass production of parts. Their triangular angles make them an excellent solution for pieces with edges that need deburring. Water and abrasive compounds also get included in the process. These ensure your products don’t get scratches but rather a brighter surface finish.

ceramic media deburring

Why Turn to Us

We’ve been in the metal finishing industry for more than two decades. With our experience also comes the expertise to guarantee all our clients walk away satisfied.

Our company is equipped with high-end machinery to assist you with your mass finishing needs. Bring your parts and state any abrasive media specifications you’d prefer from our listed options. From there, you can leave the rest to us. In case you’re unsure of how to proceed, our experts can assist with the process. Either way, you’re sure to get the results you need. If you need equipment, we have a variety of machinery and abrasive media available. These can quickly help you set up your very own industry-acclaimed finishing station.

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