When it comes to industrial parts cleaning, there are many options available to the consumer, from the type of cleaning unit used to whether to use solvents or detergents to break down stubborn grime on objects to be cleaned. Whether to choose solvents or detergents in cleaning is a vital choice that touches on everything from overall effectiveness to environmental impact and workplace safety. [Read more…]
Cleaning industrial parts
Two common industrial cleaning type machines: ultrasonic and agitation washers. In one sense, ultrasonic cleaning is agitation cleaning, just at a microscopic scale. Both kinds of cleaning have their benefits and uses and are used for precision and industrial parts cleaning across industries. [Read more…]
So, what is a surfactant?
Surfactants are substances that when added to a liquid, reduce its surface tension. Detergents are one type of surfactant, and when they are added to water, they increase its spreading and wetting properties. Basically, surfactants make water “wetter,” making it better able to penetrate and lift away grime and dirt from surfaces. Detergents contain a surfactant, or mixture of surfactants, which lowers the surface tension of a liquid when the detergent is dissolved within it. [Read more…]
These days, every industry talks about how they can become more environmentally friendly. But going green isn’t just a buzzword. Implementing green practices into businesses such as industrial or precision cleaning is good for your workers, for your company image, and for the water, soil, and air that the next generation will inherit. These are all great motivators, but what is often not taken into account is that going green can also improve productivity and lower overhead. In addition to helping make a better world, it just makes good business sense.
Save money and headaches with contents restoration
Smoke, heat, and water after a fire or flood can severely damage your household or business belongings. Before ultrasonic-cleaning technology arrived on the scene, victims of natural disasters like these would be forced to throw out much of what they owned. [Read more…]