The wet cleaning
process is much like hand washing, but automated and controlled for the type of fabric, colour and build, such as sequins, pleats, structured garments, etc.
We have recently launched the Primus Softwash Wet Cleaning
The difference is both in their service and the cleaning process, which involves wet cleaning
, not dry cleaning your garments.
Therefore, it is important to discuss in detail with the feeder/materi-al handling systems manufacturer the options available for cleaning (such as dry versus wet cleaning
designs) and minimizing downtime for maintenance and changeover.
Among the topics are selective nitride etch by using fluorides in high boiling point solvent, one-step wet clean removal of post-etch fluropolymer residues, evaluating very dilute alkaline solutions for wafer cleaning with megasonic irradiation, effects of substrate temperature on the learning of micropatterns during the rinse-dry process, and wet cleaning
for solar cell manufacturing applications.
Options to replace perc include: wet cleaning
, carbon dioxide, high flashpoint hydrocarbons, acetal, propylene glycol ether and N propyl bromide.
(which the author is confusing with laundering) is the process in which items are cleaned with water and detergent and finished by hand.
Professional wet cleaning
and liquid carbon dioxide cleaning are thought to be the most environmentally friendly processes.
"The garments are agitated in the computerized wet cleaning
machine just enough to extract the dirt and grime, but not enough to alter the structure, size or color," reports the website Earth911.com.
The drive end of the Dispershear feeder is sealed allowing wet cleaning
of the entire hopper.