Especially innovative database processes

Selection of Innovative Cleaning Processes

Here you can access a small selection of processes from our Cleantool database, which may be of special interest to you.

Cleaning processes using microorganisms to break down the dirts.
>> D 116 Biological cleaning
>> D 124 Bio wash stand

Cleaning processes using fatty acid esters based on vegetable oils.
>> D 016 Cleaning during repair and maintenance with esters on a wash stand
>> D 122 Cleaning of driving shafts from Molykote with esters
>> D 006 Manual removal of drawing oils and pastes from tools with esters

High quality cleaning of components only by vibration and exhausting without any chemicals.
>> D 108 Cleaning of worm wheels by vibration before fitting
>> D 109 Cleaning of motorcycle crank shafts by vibration integrated in production line

Laser vaporize the soils, thus substitute chemicals and save time.
>> D 110 Laser cleaning of vulcanising tools and moulds
>> D 112 Laser cleaning of brake linings before powder coating (integrated in production line)

Many cleaning problems in workshops can be solved by using water only.
>> DK 001 Cleaning with demineralised water
>> D 089 Cleaning of reels from die cutting by high pressure water jet integrated in line

Cleaning of breaks with a hot water washer. A recommendable alternative to the commonly employed very volatile hydro carbons.
>> D 078 Breakcleaning

Cleaning without chemicals.
>> D 120 Cleaning of waver frames with brushing machinesn
>> D 093 Deburring and structuring of metal strips in a brushing equipment

Cleaning processes using dry ice.
>> D 009 Blasting of ship’s hull using CO2 ice pellets
>> D 107 Cleaning of spot welding robots with CO2 pellets
>> D 133 CO2 Snow blasting of relays
>> D 135 CO2 particle blasting of moulds in an aluminium casting factory

Cleaning processes by blowing off dirt from components.
>> D 102 Dry intermediate cleaning by recirculation-air blow system

Plasma can be utilized under vacuum but also under normal conditions.
>> D 049 Plasma cleaning for submarine purposes
>> D 092 Vacuum-free plasma cleaning/activation

Micro Phase Cleaning System, water based mixture of polar and non-polar components.
>> D 127 Jet engine parts micro phase cleaning to allow crack detection

Modified alcohols can substitute halogenated agents. They have a very long service life.
>> D 100 Cleaning of small turned items in bulk before vacuum hardening or nickel plating
>> D 117 Cleaning for nitriding (A: main process)