Triton offers with this particular application, not as a company with deburring systems just as an end in itself, but the technical ability to integrate deburring in the washing process and therefore be able to offer complete machines which can be integrated in work islands. We have already described the application of deburring in our step-by-step rotary table machines and robot cabin machines, here we refine the concept and application. The deburring of aluminium, brass or cast iron pieces is often dealt with upstream of washing with different technologies: tumbling, thermal deburring, etc...., the possibility of considering deburring as a surface-treatment step within a washing system represents clear advantages: decentralisation of systems, immediate finishing of the product, energy saving and reduction of production space. Essentially, it is possible to perform two types of deburring within a washing system, both using an anthropomorphic robot that performs this task; the first, using a fine high-pressure jet (600 ÷ 800 bar), the second using various types of tools (flap brushes, metallic brushes and cutting tools). The first application (high pressure) performs a deburring only on "pendulous" burrs; the definition of "pendulous" burrs follows a well defined guideline that defines the toughness also indicating the method of testing the detachment with a graphite of a certain diameter and a certain hardness without which it breaks. The second application (with tools) performs an actual deburring of machined profiles, sharp edges, intersection of holes, etc. As mentioned above, deburring is performed using an anthropomorphic robot with 6 axes, with loads at the wrist and variable outreach dimensions depending on the piece and the application; it is a machine with IP67 protection characteristics. Depending on the type of deburring to be performed, various "tools" can be used, managed automatically by the robot itself that collects and deposits them as required from a special warehouse we have designed.