Synthetic Media for Vibratory Finishing and Deburring

Synthetic Media for Vibratory Finishing and Deburring



Synthetic Media for Vibratory Finishing

What are some reasons that you would use synthetic media in your vibratory deburring machine?

  • Has a 20% to 45% lower Bulk Density than Polyester and Ceramic Media offering a Greater Volume per pound and yielding a lower working cost.
  • Because it has less weight per cubic foot, Synthetic Vibratory Media will reduce surface hammering and impingement.
  • Synthetic 55/lbs cu ft.
  • Polyester 65/lbs cu ft.
  • Ceramic 85/lbs cu ft.
  • Offers extremely Fine Finishes.(Ideal for medical, Dental, Aerospace etc.)
  • The effluent from Vibra Finish Synthetic Media separates quickly and clearly in a matter of hours compared to days for Polyester Media.
  • Vibra Finish Synthetic Media is water based making it the most cost effective and easily treated material for removal in waste water systems.
  • Quick settling of solids makes closed-loop waste water systems practical, affordable offering a considerable water cost saving for continual use.

Vibratory Synthetic Media for Polishing


55-60/lbs cu ft. Pink color.

Light weight, delivers a bright polish finish, excellent wear. Works well in all types of finishing equipment.

Preplate SV

55-60/lbs cu ft. Light Green color.

A long-lasting media that produces extremely fine finishes and excellent color.

General Purpose Vibratory Synthetic Media


55-60/lbs cu ft. Pink color.

Good cutting ability yet leaves a finish that can be plated or painted. Formulated for high energy equipment.


55-60/lbs cu ft. Tan color.

Light weight, fast cutting media that leaves excellent finish ready for anodizing or painting.

Fast Cut Vibratory Synthetic Media


55-60/lbs cu ft. Tangerine color.

A light weight, long-lasting media formulated for non-ferrous parts where parts are deburred, radiused or cleaned using vibratory or high energy equipment.


55-60 /lbs cu ft. Tan color.

Light weight, our most aggressive synthetic media formulation where metal removal radius and cycle times are primary concerns.