Production Machining

MAY 2016

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PARTS CLEANING 54 PRODUCTION MACHINING :: MAY 2016 Inline Analytical Technology Optimizes Cleaning, Coating and Quenching For reliable online bath monitoring, the Liqui- Sonic analytical technology from SensoTech monitors processes in degreasing, preserva- tives or quenching baths continuously and in real time. The LiquiSonic sensors are installed directly into baths or pipes of any size and measure precisely the concentra- tion of cleaning, anti-corrosive or quenching agents. This makes an immediate and exact replenishment possible to ensure an optimum process performance and product quality. Cost savings can be realized by avoiding over- and under-dosing. The LiquiSonic sensors also determine the contamination degree when cleaning baths. This enables the efcient control of bath changes, optimizing the component cleanliness while saving resources. The LiquiSonic technology is based on sonic velocity measurement, providing accurate measurement results that are updated every second. Because of the robust design, the sensors are maintenance-free, with long- term stability, the company says. :: SensoTech Inc. 973-832-4574 Coverage of the precision machining market. Advanced Metal Parts Cleaning Systems • Universal Vacuum Degreasers • Vacuum Vapor Degreasers • Vacuum Distillation Systems • Contract Cleaning Services PERO Corporation p. 860.298.0317 f. 860.298.0319 Innovation S1 SEE US IN BOOTH 1707

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