Clemco Automated Shot Peening Solutions Deliver Value-Added Strength and Performance

Today’s manufacturers in critically important industries ranging from aerospace and automotive to shipping and medical devices are demanding greater productivity, reliability and on-time performance in the production and maintenance of their high-strength metallic products and parts. Shot peening the surfaces of these critical products and parts has become the preferred method for improving their strength, quality, performance, and useful life, but this process must be customized and performed in a highly efficient, repeatable, and reliable manner to deliver its full value to end users.

Automated Shot Peening Solutions

To answer these challenges head-on, Clemco offers world class engineered and automated solutions that help today’s manufacturers optimize their entire shot peening process and achieve the value-added results they seek. We work with each customer to research and understand their unique production challenges and then engineer comprehensive solutions that harness the power of automated production controls, robotics, connectivity, and information management systems to enhance end-product quality, reduce downtime, optimize on-time delivery and achieve a fast return on investment.

Our unmatched understanding of shot peening applications, coupled with our end-to-end approach of discovery, collaboration, development, and implementation that we call the Ideation 2 Realization Process, results in innovative engineered solutions delivered on time and fully supported. Together with our shot peening customers, we help ensure a safer, more productive world.

10 Ways Shot Peening Delivers Quality for Today’s Manufacturers

Abrasive blasting (formerly known as sandblasting) also is called grit blasting, bead blasting, media blasting, soda blasting, dry blasting, sponge blasting, shot blasting, and shot peening. However, sand should never be used when abrasive blasting because breathing abrasive containing crystalline (free) silica can lead to serious or fatal lung disease.