by Miles

Vapormatt will be showcasing its world leading wet blasting technology for the surface preparation and finishing of composites used in aerospace at Advanced Engineering 2017 – Stand N43. 

Visitors to this year’s Advanced Engineering exhibition will experience first-hand Vapormatt’s extensive range of high performance wet blasting systems. Developed to meet the needs of the aerospace sector, these popular systems enable high quality surface preparation and finishing of engine components and composite materials.  

Vapormatt’s dedicated aerospace specialists will be demonstrating the impressive wet blasting process on its manually operated wet blasting system, the Puma. Visitors to the show will see for themselves how to effortlessly achieve controlled, reproducible and superior results, using advanced solutions that are easy to use and maintain. 

Vapormatt’s popular Leopard and Sabre wet blasting systems are widely used across the aerospace sector already. These fully automated machines ensure unrivalled surface preparation and finishing of large components, such as wing spars and turbine blades. The Leopard is available in three variants: a horizontal version; vertical version; and a remarkably compact, yet high capacity version known as the Cub. 

Show visitors can discuss their process requirements with one of Vapormatt’s wet blasting experts, while also learning how Vapormatt’s versatile systems can meet their needs, whether that’s for cleaning or peening. 

“Advanced Engineering is one of the biggest shows of the year for Vapormatt and our team can’t wait to get set up and start helping visitors find the perfect solution for their wet blasting needs,” comments Alex Martin, Business Development Executive at Vapormatt. “Wet blasting is being increasingly used in aerospace and visitors to our stand will quickly learn why.” 

Visitors to Advanced Engineering 2017 will find Vapormatt in the Aerospace Engineering zone at Stand N43.

To arrange an appointment you can contact us today by phone (01823 257 976) or email.



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