The key to vapour blasting is that the finish is produced through the flow of waterborne abrasive, giving a finer finish due to the flushing action of the water. No media is impregnated into the component, nor is there any dust created by the break-up of media, unlike dry blasting where sheer force of media impact produces the finish.
The result is a clean part that is easy to work on and performs as it was originally designed to perform.
If you are currently cleaning diesel pump bodies and injector valves manually and with a wire wheel and buffing pad, this can take you up to two hours to satisfactorily clean to a reasonable quality. The way that you are processing the diesel pumps can constitute a health and safety issue due to the airborne dust and debris that come from the components.
Advantages of Vapour Blasting
After vapour blasting parts you have an ‘as-new’ finish making this part cleaning process a very popular choice in your automotive world.