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Diversey process v. electropolishing?


(1999)

We are looking for info on a process known as Diversey process which is supposed to be a more economical method of polishing our stainless steel part than electropolishing.

component to be electropolished or chemical polished
component to be electropolished or chemical polished2

First run would most likely be between 10K and 50K parts.

We are you interested in hearing from anyone regarding quoting this job and more info on the Diversey process?

Rob Raleigh
- Seattle, Washington


(1999)

What you are looking for is a chemical process to polish your parts. Diversey-Wyandotte had a chemical process known as DS-9333. I know that this company was bought out in mid 90s.

Richard Zuendt
- Garfield, New Jersey



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