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Cleanseal Ultrasonic cleaning systems

‘Cleanseal’ enclosed machines have been designed to meet the rigours of a production cleaning environment. They feature superior, ultrasonic cleaning performance, high throughput capability, outstanding solvent efficiency and PLC control, flexible, fully automated operation.

‘Cleanseal’ machines incorporate isolation chamber technology to ensure maximum operator safety and their flexible design means that they are suitable for use with a range of non-flammable solvents such as methylene chloride, HFE and HFC (mono and co-solvent cleaning processes).

At the heart of the ‘Cleanseal’ machine is the ultrasonic, immersion cleaning process capable of satisfying even the most demanding, precision cleaning applications.  Machines can be supplied with either stacked liquor-vapour, or conventional, twin-sump, process formats, depending on whether the application demands a mono or co-solvent cleaning process. 'Cleanseal' machines are designed to ensure minimal solvent emissions to atmosphere, making them safe for the operator and the environment.  Not only that, they have one of the smallest carbon footprints in this class of equipment, thanks to optional, heat pump technology.

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What is Mono-solvent Cleaning?

What is Co-solvent Cleaning?

What is Ultrasonic Cleaning?

What are HFE's / HFC's?

Cleanseal M (Mono Solvent)

Mono-solvent cleaning is simply a cleaning process where a single solvent is used in the cleaning equipment. 

The Cleanseal M is designed with a single process chamber, and vapour generator to provide superior ultrasonic cleaning with high component throughput capacity, with Ultrasonic liquid immersion cleaning.

 

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Enclosed Cleanseal 500M, installed at Motor Industry Supplier in Mexico

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Cleanseal C (Co-Solvent Systems)

When cleaning applications using HFE/HFC are used for applications where either a high soil loading is anticipated, or where a higher operating temperature is required than can be provided by using the HFE/HFC alone. Hydrocarbons are commonly used as solvating agents because they have good solvency.

The Cleanseal C offers a twin sump configeration deisgned for this two stage process.

 

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Co-Solvent Ultrasonic Cleaning system 

Last week we concluded the successful sign-off of another 'Cleanseal' machine for a customer providing components into the rail sector.

 

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Cleanseal Non Standard Systems

Alongside our standard Cleanseal M and Cleanseal C Ranges we are able to offer bespoke systems for applications which don't fit into the standard machines.

This can include larger applications, special process applications including tilting or rotating or for special loading / unloading applications.

 

For any enquiry please click this link for the Contact page and we will discuss your requirements and provide the best solution.

 

For answers to the most frequently asked questions ......

What is Enclosed Equipment?

What is Mono-solvent Cleaning?

What is Co-solvent Cleaning?

What is Ultrasonic Cleaning?

What are HFE's / HFC's?

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