A nut based media that can be used as a final polish in most applications. DRI-SHINE VII was specifically designed for use with the CMF-410 & CMF-610 dry bowls. Fill to the media line on the bowl. Cycle times run from 20 to 45 minutes depending on your application. DRI-SHINE VII can be used for 4-6 cycles then it needs to be reactivated. Treated walnut shell media is the same product as untreated except a polishing compound has been added to the media by the manufacturer. Using treated walnut shell polishing media will save time in brass preparation, because not only does the walnut shell clean the residue and tarnish off the brass it also polishes the brass in the same step.
Grounded walnut shell tumbling media is always related to dry polishing or dry-processing. It offers a good luster on workpieces after cleaning and smoothing. The typical application of walnut shell is in the jewelry Industry. The jewelry accessories are polished with a mix of polishing paste and walnut shell. The paste or wax is transferred onto the metal surface with walnut shell as intermediate. This process improves surface reflectivity of precious metal like silver and gold after plastic media smoothing. The dry polishing process usually performances in dry polishing centrifugal disc magnetic finishing machines or small centrifugal barrel finishing machine. Nut based media can be used as a final polish in most applications. Walnut shells are ground into various grit sizes to be used for cleaning and polishing. Walnut shells are extremely durable, angular and multi-faceted, yet considered a 'soft abrasive'.
WARNING: This product can expose you to lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.p65warnings.ca.gov