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For Cleaning Heat Transfer Systems System cleaner SR80. Removes oil-carbon residues and foreign contamination from metal surfaces. These circulate in the oil flow and are carried to the filter. The additive does not contain any solvents. It can be dissolved in all mineral oils and synthetic fluids. Application as a preventive measure or before changing the thermal oil. Main characteristics: Outlet temperature max. 570 °F. Other characteristics: The optimal cleaning effect is achieved at between 250 and 300 °F. Service... (read more)Browse Cleaning Agents and Surface Treatments Datasheets for Regloplas Corp.
Eaton DCF Self Cleaning Filter The focus of our self-cleaning filters is the return on your investment they deliver. Most users experience tremendously short payback periods - a benefit driven by four key factors: Eliminated media disposal costs. A highly concentrated waste stream. Dramatically reduced product loss. Reduced or eliminated operator intervention. . Standard DCF: When processing water and water-like liquids where a low initial investment is demanded. Available in 400, 800, and 1600 models, which enables... (read more)
Eaton DCF Self-Cleaning Filter example of leading-edge innovation from Eaton. A choice of actuation methods Because no two applications are alike, we offer a wide range of actuation methods to meet the unique characteristics of your process. Twin - Designed for highly viscous or abrasive liquids, our Twin Series isolates the actuation mechanism from the filtrate with a bridged actuation system. The benefit is a long operating life in challenging conditions. Various types of cartridge seals, along with an optional Fluid Seal, keep... (read more)
Harrigan Solutions, LLC
Alfa Laval Self Cleaning Centrifuge Harrigan's staff are experts in filtration systems used in real-life metalworking, manufacturing and industrial applications. Centrifuges are a tool to remove contaminates from fluid. Properly applied and maintained they are a very cost effective tool. Improperly used they are a waste of money that would have been better spent on an alternative. Harrigan Solutions uniquely understands not only centrifuge equipment but also their alternatives. We can help you get the right centrifuge and plan... (read more)Browse Process Centrifuges Datasheets for Harrigan Solutions, LLC
Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc.
Tank Cleaning Clean Harbors can successfully clean your most difficult tanks. Serving numerous industries, municipalities and utility companies, we are equipped to handle a broad spectrum of cleaning from 10-gallon acid neutralization tanks for medical and biotechnology companies to six million gallon 240-foot diameter refinery tanks. Wastewater treatment neutralization. Tank maintenance and inspection. Fuel oil tank cleaning. Utility manhole and vault cleaning. Tank and vessel cleaning during... (read more)Browse Cleaning Services Datasheets for Clean Harbors Environmental Services, Inc.
Small-Diamter HD Substrate Scrub Cleaning System Double-Sided Simultaneous Combined Ultrasonic Scrub Cleaning. Combination of a special high-density brush of our design and an underwater scrub cleaning system prevents contamination and accumulation on the brush. This method is suitable for thin components. Cup-Type Disk Brush Cleaning. Cleaning fluid is supplied to a rotating cup-type disk brush (made of nylon, sponge, etc.) to clean and expel contaminants from component surfaces. Roll Brush Cleaning. Cleaning fluid is supplied to a rotating... (read more)Browse Industrial Parts Washers and Cleaning Systems Datasheets for SpeedFam Corporation
Air-Powered Pressure Washers for Safe Cleaning machine for big cleaning jobs," says Kellie Momchilovich, Product Marketing Manager, Industrial Products Division, Graco Inc. Operators will notice increased efficiency in air and water consumption, saving them time and money. The Hydra-Clean also carries a safety benefit because there is a limited risk of sparking, unlike gas or electric pressure washers. The fluid section contains stainless steel wetted parts and PTFE packings - handling the most aggressive cleaning materials in temperatures up... (read more)Browse Pressure Washers Datasheets for Graco Inc.
JST Manufacturing, Inc.
JST's 100 Designed for Precision Parts Cleaning 100 Ultrasonic Cleaner. JST's100 Ultrasonic Parts Cleaner is self contained, fully automated roll in unit designed for precision parts cleaning. Place the parts into the dry bath and select your recipe. The parts are cleaned, rinsed and dried according to your preset parameters within the recipe. The heated ultrasonic overflow bath and support plumbing perform highly effective, reliable cleaning using a wide variety of organic solvents and aqueous surfactant solutions. . The primary... (read more)Browse Ultrasonic Cleaners and Cleaning Systems Datasheets for JST Manufacturing, Inc.
Eaton Machining Fluids Filter Whether you are filtering process water, cooling fluids, etching solutions or lubricants, better filtration will extend parts and coolant life. Eaton offers many filtration solutions for machine tool applications such as self cleaning filters (MCF Magnetically Coupled Filter or DCF Self Cleaning Filter), AFR Tubular Backwashing Filter, and even a series of bag and cartridge filters. (read more)
IPC — Association Connecting Electronics Industries®
Electronics Assembly Cleaning #2 This webcast consists of 10 individual program segments focused. on the important topic of electronics assembly cleaning. Program Segments Include: Cleaning Solder Paste Misprint. White Discoloration After Ultrasonic Cleaning. Do I Need to Clean My No-clean Assembly?. Cleaning No-Clean Solder Paste. Max Time Between Soldering and Cleaning. Cleaning to Remove Solder Balls. pH Neutral vs. Alkaline Cleaning Agents. Cleaning to Enhance Product Reliability. Big Cleaning Job vs. Small Cleaners (read more)
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Arctic Silver Incorporated - ArctiClean
ArctiClean is a two-step cleaning process that removes existing thermal grease or pads and prepares the thermal surface for a fresh application of
Solvent-based cleaning of emulsion polymerization reactors
Currently, solvents such as methylethylketone (MEK) are used for cleaning and it is desired to replace this with aqueous systems with less severe
Laser Build Clean Room Proc.
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Thixon 423--Technical Data Sheet
First remove contaminants by alkaline cleaning or solvent degreasing. Change the cleaning solutions when they are contaminated.
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Hydraulic Fluid 10W30 Motor Oil Poisson???s Ratio Glycol Antifreeze Test Method 0.49 ??? Tape between stainless steel and aluminum foil.
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Die Attach Adhesives Tutorial - Considerations - Dow Corning
Cleaning and Removal Fluids Conformal Coatings
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Die Attach Adhesives Tutorial - Lab Supplies - Dow Corning
Cleaning solvent: We have found that Dow Corning®3 OS-10 Fluid is the most effective solvent for removing silicones from the stencil.
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Case Study Vacuum Vapor Degreasing at Raytheon Missile Systems...
manual solvent-based cleaning and from IPA vapor degreasing and manual automated vapor degreasing operations, MEK-based cleaning processes to a Paul
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