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24 September 2017

By using the latest advances in Building Information Modelling (BIM) and off-site construction techniques, Connect 2 Cleanrooms’ methodology can potentially deliver a 30-50% timescale reduction to a cleanroom project.

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12 July 2017

Finnish cleantech company Altum is using ultrasound to remove fouling from industrial equipment with no production stoppages and no equipment disassembly. The company aims to use its Power Ultrasound technology to cut production costs, increase employee safety, and diminish the negative impact of industry on people’s lives.

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18 October 2017

William Hughes offers an expanded range of ultrasonic and non-ultrasonic cleaning techniques for critical components to the highest international and governmental approval standards. These include military and electronics specification components for applications that include LOX, Oxygen critical parts and hydraulic hoses. 

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07 February 2017

William Hughes, known for the manufacture of bespoke springs and wire forms, acquired ultrasonic cleaning specialist AC Services (South West) of Yeovil in 2015 and has built an 80m² Class 7 clean room to incorporate the full range of cleaning services offered by AC Services. These include ultrasonic cleaning, passivation, degreasing, hose cleaning and kitting.

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07 February 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning company Finnsonic has installed Micromag filters from Eclipse Magnetics on its cleaning lines to guarantee high standards of cleanliness for precision components. With customers including British Airways, Emirates Airline, and Siemens, Finnsonic’s solutions meet stringent requirements for quality, efficiency and results.

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27 June 2016

An all-in-one flexible cleaning solutions range for dust collector valve systems has been extended with the introduction of a smaller, more compact model by IMI Precision Engineering. 

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16 May 2016

German company, Kolb Cleaning Technology, manufactures environmentally friendly, efficient and economical water-based cleaning systems for stencils, PCBs, production tools, frames and maintenance applications. In the UK Altus stocks a range of its products, along with samples, to support the growing installed base of Kolb cleaning systems in the UK & Ireland.

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28 January 2016

The official launch of BOC's Cryoclean snow+ industrial cleaning process has taken place at its Manufacturing Technology Centre in Wolverhampton.

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29 January 2016

With less than three months to go until Trichloroethylene will be banned under REACH regulations from ECSA type I, II, and III component cleaning systems, new generation fluids are seeing an upsurge in orders, according to Graham Fraser, MD of component cleaning specialists, Fraser Technologies.

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29 January 2016

MicroCare Europe bvba will introduce four new cleaning products to the UK market at the Southern Manufacturing & Electronics Exhibition.

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14 October 2015

Wabtec Rail, specialist in overhaul and repair of railway rolling stock, has increased capacity for servicing buffer components and wheels at its South Yorkshire premises with the installation of a second self-contained Doug Booth automatic Table Blast.

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17 September 2015

Wabtec Rail, specialist in overhaul and repair of railway rolling stock, has increased capacity for servicing wheel-sets at its South Yorkshire premises with the installation of a second self-contained Hodge Clemco blast-room with automatic abrasive recovery.

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04 August 2015

Wabtec Rail, specialist in overhaul and repair of railway rolling stock, has increased capacity for servicing wheel-sets at its South Yorkshire premises with the installation of a second self-contained Hodge Clemco blast-room with automatic abrasive recovery.

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03 August 2015

Advances in technological development set ever higher requirements for component cleanliness in today’s manufacturing environment.

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04 August 2015

Gestamp Tallent’s Newton Aycliffe site now has a purpose-designed acid-etching process line installed by George Koch Sons Europe.

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03 August 2015

The addition of ultrasonics to cleaning processes in heavy, industrial environments can reduce the cleaning time by up to 80%, according to Layton Technologies.

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04 August 2015

Riley Surface World has won a six-figure order for the supply of pre-owned nickel plating, anodising, cleaning and water treatment plants from a specialist metal finishing company in Mexico.

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09 April 2015

On show at the trade show Parts2clean in Stuttgart, Walther Trowal's new washing machine automatically removes thick layers of lubricants and other contaminants from the surface of disassembled equipment components.

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26 September 2014

Installation of an automated surface-finishing system with a pair of custom-built Hodge Clemco blast cabinets is reported to have significantly improved production of rotor coils for turbo-generators at the Loughborough factory of Brush Electrical Machines.

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09 September 2014

Metalwash, a company that specialises in automated cleaning solutions for the mechanical, construction and automotive trades and for the machine service industry, has introduced the ‘Metalwash Launderette’, a collection and delivery service which facilitates the restoration and quality cleaning of parts and machinery.

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FEATURES

29 June 2017

Degreasing is a vital part of good maintenance practice, not least because industrial grime could be covering abnormalities or problem areas that could incur costly downtime and higher maintenance costs. Despite traditional perceptions, solvent-based degreasers aren’t the only option, as Peter Crossen, VP of the Maintenance and Partsmaster Innovation Platform of NCH Europe, explains

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18 January 2017

When Cambridge-based power tool accessory and industrial band saw blade manufacturer C4 Carbides needed to extend its cleaning regime to meet the demands of ever-increasing production, the company opted for two aqueous cleaning systems. John Pattison, managing director at MecWash, explains more

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15 July 2015

When a manufacturer of transmissions, drivetrain and chassis components needed to source a more efficient means of cleaning its component washing fluids, Eaton provided a two-stage solution

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02 July 2014

Trichloroethylene (TRI) has been included in Annex XIV of the EU's REACH Regulation and, as a result, its use in industrial parts cleaning will be restricted in the future, reports Dürr Ecoclean

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