Turbocharger components are often reconditioned by shot blasting in Guyson Euroblast pressure fed blast cabinets, prior to their rebuild and re-assembly, the most common form of media for this process being Turbobead (steel shot) for the initial clean and carbon removal, followed by glass beads for a final cosmetic finish.

In original component manufacture feather burrs left on the blade tips of Inconel Alloy turbocharger hot end wheels after grinding can be removed by controlled automated blasting with Guyson Turbonox stainless steel bead, which also delivers a desirable cosmetic finish without any critical dimensional change.