For the most durable bandsaw blades you need a wet-blasted finish

As a manufacturer of bandsaw blades, you’ll be familiar with the issues that can result in a poor quality blade, overly sharp teeth that chip, cracking in the gullet between saw teeth and a surface that won’t readily accept anti-oxidation treatments or branding.

But there is a well proven technology to resolve these issues:

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The application of wet-blasting technology

  • Apply a defined edge hone to your bandsaw blade’s cutting teeth with unparalleled control and accuracy, for a product that’s ready for use at full production speed
  • Peening strengthens the gullet between your saw’s teeth, for reduced tensile stresses and strain and near-eliminated blade fatigue
  • Gain a high-quality aesthetic finish and a clean, reactive blade surface capable of accepting protective oils and coatings

Wet-blasting gives you more efficient, more seamless and more effective production. And for high-precision wet-blasting, there’s only one name you need to know: Vapormatt.

Discover why world-leading companies in high-tech sectors trust us for the perfect finish.

We’re always improving. Always refining. Always pushing the boundaries. And we build on our successes, incorporating proven designs and approaches and combining them with innovative thinking – so together, we can face your specific business challenges.

Case Study

Don’t just take our word for it. Discover why one of the leaders in bandsaw manufacturing chose Vapormatt for their wet-blasting machinery.

Pilana Metal

Improved bandsaw quality at five times the productivity? It all starts with a wet-blasted finish 

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Bandsaw brochure

Peening, edge honing and cleaning, discover the wet-blasting approach to creating durable bandsaw blades

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Profelis machine brochure

A wet-blasting machine for bandsaw blades, cable and wire, built on a foundation of our industry experience, patented technology and unrivalled know-how

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Bandsaw whitepaper

Unparalleled levels of control, accuracy and a refined surface finish – explore why wet-blasting has been named the most efficient in-line approach

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