Whether we are running appliances, charging phones or turning on lights, accessing electricity is a convenience we take for granted. As long as our devices do what they are expected to do, we do not give electricity...Read more
Four Questions to Ask in Evaluating your Parts Cleaning Equipment
- Was the current system designed to wash the parts it is currently washing?
- Are the parts meeting the required level of cleanliness?
- Is the current system meeting needs efficiently?
- Are you able to meet schedule requirements with the current system?
Too often, many operations rely on a parts cleaning system that is just getting them...Read more
When planning for new parts cleaning equipment you are likely to focus on equipment capabilities and how the new equipment will meet your needs. While these are essential considerations, there is another factor to consider that is often overlooked until it is too late – designing for floor space efficiency.
Planning for the installation of any new equipment, including a parts cleaning system, must not only involve finding space, but planning for that space. Without proper...Read more
The cleaning of parts is a comprehensive process, which typically includes three key steps: washing, rinsing, and drying. Many people don't realize that the options available for each of these steps are as diverse as the parts involved. It is important to select the right technologies suited to the part for each phase of the parts cleaning process.
It may be difficult to discern the individual steps in some applications due to overlap, however the following provides a breakdown of each...Read more
Cleaning Technologies Group, a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the Eastec 2017 in West Springfield, MA May 16 - 18, 2017. Visitors to Cleaning Technologies Group Booth #3328 will be introduced to several new...Read more