Production Machining

JUL 2013

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System Uses Steam to Remove Contaminants Dürr Ecoclean's EcoCSteam steam cleaning system is designed to remove contaminants such as oils, greases, emulsions, release agents, chips, dust and fngerprints from virtually any material quickly, reliably and without using any chemicals. It combines saturated steam with a high-velocity airfow to clean large and heavy parts such as gear transmissions and engines with the same process reliability as mechanical components such as cylinder heads, housings, stamped parts and sections. The system also can be used for cleaning prior to paint/coating processes. :: Durr Ecoclean 248-560-2100 durr-ecoclean.com/usa/cleaning/gardner_ expanded_showroom CLEMEX intelligent microscopy Targeting all the particulates that matter ! Alkaline Cleaner for Aluminum Formulated to Remove Soils Metex Elite 510 P from MacDermid is a caustic-free, non-silicated, mild alkaline cleaner for aluminum formulated to remove a variety of soils. At temperatures below 160°F (71°C), it performs as a non- Clemex PSFilter is used in quality-control laboratories to measure particulates collected on a membrane flter for contamination, or on a witness plate in cleanroom environments, and is compliant with International Standards such as ISO 16232, ISO 4406, USP 788 and IEST STD CC 1246D. etch cleaner with optimum retention of original surface conditions. Above 170°F (77°C), its action results in faster cleaning accompanied by mild etching. Because the cleaner is silicate-free, it leaves no hard-to-rinse silicate flms, and the absence of caustic prevents etching on most aluminum alloys when operated within recommended operating conditions. All surfactants are REACH-compliant and bio-degradable. :: MacDermid Inc. 203-575-5700 1.888.651.6573 . www.clemex.com 50 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: JULY 2013 macdermid.com

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