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Industrial Applications

It's interesting to think that the surface treatment industry plays a role in most aspects of industry and daily life. Almost every object we touch and use will have been subject to finishing and polishing treatment.

Industrial applications are extremely varied; from precision aerospace parts to architectural ironwork, from orthopaedic implants to scalpel blades, oil field drilling components to car exhausts. Virtually every business and industry you can think of has a need for surface treatment and finishing.

In some cases it is absolutely vital to successful function; precision parts will not tolerate surface roughness and medical applications demand a flawless finish.

In other applications, an immaculate finish will add to the appeal and competitiveness of the product within its sector.

At Lea Manufacturing we know which products and materials make the right formulation for any type of surface. Our comprehensive range of coated, bonded and non-woven abrasive products covers all aspects of general abrasive and pre-polish finishing whilst polishing and finishing is covered by an extensive range of polishing compounds and buffs.

From fine deburring and oxide removal to ideally prepared surfaces for futher finishing through to decorative and satin final finishes, Lea Manufacturing really knows how to finish a job.

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