Ecoclean to showcase aqueous cleaning at MACH

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At MACH 2020 (Birmingham NEC, 20-24 April), among the machines being showcased by Ecoclean will be the EcoCwave, which is designed for challenging aqueous cleaning tasks. The company will be present on Stand 660 in Hall 6.

New manufacturing technologies, modified processes and/or materials, smaller lot sizes, changes in regulations, digital transformation, stricter energy efficiency and climate protection targets: all these have an effect on parts cleaning. Ecoclean and UCM - the division of the SBS Ecoclean Group specialising in precision cleaning - are experts when it comes to parts cleaning and surface treatment. Their answer to these changes is to offer optimally adapted solutions and innovative developments which complement their range of standard and special systems for batch and single-part cleaning.

Deburring and cleaning in a single step, the effective removal of film-type chemical contamination, the selective in-line treatment of functional surfaces, or systems for cleaning additively manufactured parts, are just a few examples of the solutions on offer. With customised processes and cleaning equipment tailored to the task at hand, Ecoclean is also meeting demand from specific segments of industry, such as electro-mobility, medical engineering, maintenance and reconditioning.

At this year's MACH, among other things the company will be showcasing the future-oriented EcoCwave for water-based cleaning. Designed for immersion and spraying processes, the system has a vacuum-tight work chamber and is capable of anything from preliminary and intermediate washing, right up to precision cleaning.To achieve this flexibility, the machine comes with two or three tanks as standard, which are arranged vertically and designed for optimised flow conditions. Each tank has a separate wash solution circuit with full-flow and bypass filtration. The design of the roll-over unit integrated in the work chamber ensures that all sides of the part to be cleaned are fully exposed to the wash solution during ultrasonic or spray cleaning.

Apart from presenting products, the staff at the booth will be informing visitors about forward-looking service solutions, including an iOS and Android-compatible service app for maintenance and repair requirements, tailored service and maintenance concepts, developments regarding the digitisation of cleaning processes, options for modernising and adapting systems, and training programmes for customer employees.