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Master Abrasives appointed agents for ActOn Vibratory Finishing machines
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Master Abrasives has been appointed as an official agent for the range of vibratory finishing machines manufactured in Britain by ActOn Finishing. Companies looking to introduce mass finishing to their manufacturing process can now turn to Master Abrasives for complete solutions and applications advice whether the process is deburring, descaling, cleaning, polishing, or even superfinishing applications.

Vibratory finishing machines are available as bowls, troughs, duals, and dryers, each with their own advantages. ActOn machines are built with a wear-resistant polyurethane lining to prevent damage and keep maintenance costs low, coming with a 12 month warranty on all relines. With a team of industry experts, engineers and designers always on-hand, ActOn is a business that customers can rely on for professional support and solutions.

Paul Batson, Managing Director at Master Abrasives, says: “Our new partnership with ActOn fits well with our expanding product range, including our MASTER finishing consumables which are vital in the vibratory finishing process. Our plan is to add an ActOn finishing machine to our showroom to complement our existing Micromatic cylindrical grinder. This will allow us to provide demonstrations of MASTER media and compounds in action so that customers can see how to improve productivity vibratory finishing process.”

Examples of parts well suited for mass finishing include turbines, bearings, medical instruments and implants, electronics equipment, die cast parts, cutlery, automotive parts and sports equipment.

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