The meat and poultry industry is one of the largest segments of the country’s agricultural production—and one of the fastest growing. Electropolishing can successfully remove contaminants and impurities from metal parts, and leave behind a surface that is easier to clean – and impedes the growth of dangerous bacteria.
Bacterial accumulation on equipment in the food production industry is an ongoing and dangerous threat, with the potential to transmit food-borne pathogens on a wide scale. Read our whitepaper to learn how electropolishing creates an ultrasmooth, ultraclean surface that resists both product and pathogen adhesion.Download whitepaper
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Even in a year of unprecedented manufacturing obstacles and supply chain bottlenecks, medical manufacturers have bigger challenges.
Electropolishing removes the recast layer created during electrical discharge machining (EDM), improving the fit, function, and finish of metal parts.
Among the most demanding surface finish requirements of any industry, the specifications, standards and quality assurance processes that cover components used by the semiconductor industry impose metal finishing criteria that leave nothing to chance.
Read our e-guide to learn more about electropolishing’s track record of high-quality results in tackling some of the most common metal surface problems manufacturers face.