Shot Peening

Cut Wire Shot is a natural for shot peening because the peening process requires a round & whole bodied shot that resists rapid change in size and weight so it delivers constant intensity. This quality is assured in cut-wire shot because the wire from which it has been produced is heat treated and cold drawn to achieve hardness and homogeneity. This, together with the balanced chemical properties and complete solidity of every piece, insure that cut-wire shot will not fracture in use. It wears down gradually and lives for many cycles in a peening operation.

Cut Wire Shot maintains its peening intensity longer than other types of shot and thus reduces cost. Tests have shown cut-wire-peened parts have a greater fatigue life than the same part peened with cast shot. This demonstrates that media uniformity is extremely critical for peening. 

For a Shot Peening application, Cut Wire Shot is used to induce compressive stresses on the surface of the part to improve:

  • Increase Fatigue Life
  • Prevent Fretting
  • Increase Part Strength

Shot Blasting

Shot Blasting is most often used to clean a part of corrosion or scale, and also to prepare a surface prior to coating. Cut Wire Shot is thrown at the parts at excessively high speeds, impregnating the surface and therefore removing unwanted foreign matter. 

  • Cleaning

    The larger husky bodies of cut-wire shot Use for Cleaning fast. That is why cut wire is used to clean all types of metal. A cut-wire cleaned surface is exceptionally bright and smooth. Our shot are whole-bodied shot with no scale or oxides present. They therefore, create no dust and leave the surface clean.

  • Tumbling

    Cut Wire Shot can be use for tumbling. The cylindrical form of pellets offers superior penetration into fillets or recessed areas so important in this work. Longer lengths are available where deep penetration is required.