Tag Archives: Deflashing

Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Deflashing Silicone Housings

The Nitrofreeze Deflashing process provides molders and OEM manufacturers with a reliable, efficient method to deflash their molded silicone parts. Cryogenic deflashing utilizes polycarbonate blast media and part tumbling in a cryogenic atmosphere to remove residual flash material. Below is a study of a serviced part:   Material : Silicone   Description : Orange Housing    Area […]

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Nitrofreeze® Proof of Concept Case Study- Silicone Block

Nitrofreeze® Deflashing and Deburring process adds value while reducing costs to customers by eliminating the need for hand trimming. Highlighted below is an actual customer part that has successfully undergone the Nitrofreeze® process. Material : Silicone Description : Gray Rectangular Block Area for Concern : OD and ID Flash Results : The rectangular silicone blocks were excellent candidates […]

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Deflashing Rubber Service

The Cryogenic Institute of New England, Inc. provides its proprietary Nitrofreeze Cryogenic Deflashing Service to customers across the United States. Our new facility located in Worcester, Massachusetts has boosted capacity so that we are capable of deflashing your rubber parts in two business days after receipt. Our deflashing process utilizes cold temperatures, tumbling and plastic […]

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Deflashing for Rubber

Cryogenic deflashing has existed for several decades to serve the rubber and silicone molding industries. For several decades this process has helped remove residual flash left over by the molding process. Flash along parting lines, in holes, and gates vestiges can be removed by this deflashing process. The process originally was created to remove flash […]

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Plastic Flash Removal

Any plastic molder knows that as mold tools begin to age, flash will begin to form. Once flash begins to develop it will only continue to get worse with each time the tooling is used. Molders and end users typically have three choices to solve their mold flash issues. 1. Buy new molds at great […]

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