Synthetic Media

  • Has a 20% to 45% lower Bulk Density than Polyester and Ceramic Media offering a Greater Volume per pound and yielding a lower working cost
  • Lesser weight Per Cubic Ft. Synthetic will reduce surface hammering and impingemen
  • Synthetic 55/lbs Cu. Ft.
  • Polyester 65/lbs. Cu. Ft.
  • Ceramic 85/lbs. Cu Ft.
  • Offers extremely Fine Finishes.(Ideal for medical, Dental, Aerospace etc…..)
  • The effluent from Vibra Finish Synthetic Media separates quickly and clearly in a matter of hours compared to days for Polyester Media.
  • Vibra Finish Synthetic Media is water based making it the most cost effective andeasily treated material for removal in waste water systems.
  • Quick settling of solids makes closed-loop waste water systems practical, affordable offering a considerable water cost saving for continual use.


SM                                         55-60                                   Pink

Light weight, delivers a bright polish finish, excellent wear. Works well in all types of finishing equipment.


SV                                         55-60                                 Light Green

A long-lasting media that produces extremely fine finishes and excellent color.

General Purpose

SX                                         55-60                                    Pink

Good cutting ability yet leaves a finish that can be plated or painted. Formulated for high energy equipment

SY-1                                       55-60                                     Tan

Light weight, fast cutting media that leaves excellent finish ready for anodizing or painting.

Fast Cut

SJ                                         55-60                                  Tangerine

A light weight, long-lasting media formulated for non-ferrous parts where parts are deburred, radiused orcleaned using vibratory or

high energy equipment

SY                                        55-60                                     Tan

Light weight, our most aggressive synthetic media formulation where metal removal radius and cycle times are primary concerns.