Cleaning machines

Sinner circle

The Sinner circle (pie chart) shows the interplay of the 4 crucial parameters for cleaning. The basic parameters for each cleaning are the

  • Chemistry (detergents, different types)
  • Mechanics (type of cleaning)
  • temperature
  • Time

The sum of the 4 parameters always gives 100%.

brush cleaning

During brush cleaning, the dirt on the workpieces is removed by different brushes. Depending on the type and requirements of the cleaning process, the laundry or the brush is moved.
Different movements such as Rotation of laundry and brush provide the appropriate cleaning result.

Floodcleaning

In the flood cleaning, the cleaning chamber is flooded with the workpiece therein through the cleaning medium. By the flow of the workpiece flows around the corresponding flows and turbulence are generated. This will also remove contaminants from tapped holes and other cavities.
To support the flood cleaning, the workpiece can also be moved.

Spray cleaning

The spray cleaning is carried out with a liquid medium such as e.g. aqueous neutral cleaners, alkaline cleaners or solvents.
The cleaning medium is sprayed with a certain pressure on the workpiece to be cleaned. Due to the mechanical (kinetic) energy of the cleaning nozzles, the contamination is removed and washed away.

Immersion cleaning

The immersion cleaning is often done on workpieces with complex geometry. Such as B. parts with threads, background and blind holes. During immersion cleaning, the workpiece is completely immersed in the cleaning bath. The pollution of the parts is here in the first place
dissolved and removed by the chemical action of the detergent.

Dry cleaning

The dry cleaning takes place, as the name implies, without liquid or other cleaning agents.
Here, the workpiece is blown off only with air and thus the pollution removed.
This type of cleaning is particularly cost effective, e.g. for crankshafts, camshafts,
Cylinder heads, gears etc.
The workpiece is blown off at very high air speeds in combination with the necessary air nozzles. This cleaning method is particularly suitable for intermediate cleaning in the manufacturing process or for the separation of cooling lubricant systems and minimal quantity lubrication systems.

Ultrasonic cleaning

The ultrasonic cleaning is a supplement to the diving cleaning. The cleaning effect is due to cavitation. The ultrasound waves generate the smallest cavities, which immediately collapse again. These constantly evolving and disappearing voids create different flows that dissolve dirt and other buildup.

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