immersion cleaning

immersion cleaning

[ə′mər·zhən ¦klēn·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Removing surface dirt from metal by dipping into a cleaning liquid.
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Market by type could span Single-Wafer Spray Systems, Single-Wafer Cryogenic Systems, Batch Immersion Cleaning Systems, and Batch Spray Cleaning Systems.
Detergent-disinfectant product for pre-disinfection by dipping and immersion cleaning of soiled medical devices after use, used in operating theaters, care unit and consultations.
The C[O.sub.2] composite spray cleaning process is analogous to a combination of high pressure solvent spray cleaning and ultrasonic immersion cleaning. Like liquid and supercritical C[O.sub.2], solid phase C[O.sub.2] exhibits halogenated solvent-like chemistry (during impact) which delivers powerful (but controllable) shear stress to surfaces being cleaned.
The advantages of the flexible Compact 80S from Durr Ecoclean speak for themselves: Besides the excellent degreasing power by immersion cleaning and vapour degreasing, the system is equipped with a very powerful vacuum drying system.
One cleaning method that comes close to meeting all of the above requirements is ultrasonic immersion cleaning. Nothing has more impact on reducing cleaning time, improving mold-cleaning consistency, and reducing tooling damage than this non-abrasive, user-friendly method.
Open tank cold immersion cleaning with solvents may become a thing of the past.
Tenders are invited for Provide parts immersion cleaning services.
After immersion cleaning under vacuum has been completed, the solvent is returned to the flooding tanks via a filtration unit.
(Nasdaq:FSII), Minneapolis, has entered the market for automated immersion cleaning with the introduction of its MAGELLAN(TM) 300 STG(R) Immersion Clean System.
(Hillside, NJ) offers an improvement in immersion cleaning machines.
The Vmax process cycle involves three stages: immersion cleaning, pure solvent rinse and drying.
Immersion cleaning equipment is classified by the form of energy put into the fluid, including turbulation agitation or ultrasonics, which uses sound waves to bring energy to the part's surface.