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Electropolishing for Safer, More Cleanable Metal Parts | Able

Dec 6, 2019 4:24:50 PM
Electropolishing for Safer, More Cleanable Metal Parts

Manufacturers of medical devices and products for the food industry know that a smooth and shiny finish on metal parts is about more than the way a finished product looks.

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Electropolishing Prevents Corrosion for Wire Products | Able

Electropolishing Helps Wire Products Company Outshine the Competition

At Acme Wire Products, a company that provides custom wire frame products for food service manufacturers, laboratories and other OEMs, a high-quality metal finish is critical for both form and function.

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Electropolishing & the Safety of Reusable Medical Devices | Able

Nov 19, 2019 12:49:59 PM
Electropolishing & the Safety of Reusable Medical Devices

In an era of increasing collaboration between medical device manufacturers and healthcare researchers and providers for “clean design,” electropolishing occupies a unique position as a bridge between design and infection control. 

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Hydraulic & Pneumatic Metal Electropolishing | Able Electropolishing

Hydraulic & Pneumatic Metal Electropolishing

Make Your Parts Last Longer with Electropolishing

Manufacturing components for the hydraulic and pneumatic industries often involve creating the ideal surface finish: neither too rough nor too smooth. When it comes to surface finish, electropolishing can help manufacturers walk that fine line and achieve the ultimate in function.

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Electropolishing Unleashes the Shine on a Stylish New Pet Tag Connector

Oct 25, 2019 9:00:00 AM
Electropolishing Unleashes the Shine on a Stylish New Pet Tag Connector

Doug Danforth had just retired from a career in banking and was thinking about what to do next. His dogs, it turned out, had the answer.

"People often get ideas in the context of their everyday lives,” says Danforth. “My day-to-day life involved changing the tags on my three dogs, and I dreaded it."

With three dogs in his life, Danforth knew first-hand the shortcomings of the small metal rings used to attach tags to pet collars. The ring was an awkward, nail-breaking design that Danforth says hadn’t been improved upon since it was introduced in the 1800s. "No one likes them," he says.

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