Difficulties meeting cleanliness specifications for automotive parts manufacturers

Difficulties Meeting Cleanliness Specifications: An In Situ Analysis

Last Updated Jun 28, 2022Robert Burns

Particles produced by upstream processes such as grinding, polishing, and blasting, proximity to adjacent activities that produce contaminants, ventilation, improper part handling, and an unclean environment are factors that make meeting cleanliness requirements difficult. In this blog, we explain how to address these factors in order to attain cleanliness requirements.

Features to Consider When Choosing an Industrial Parts Washer

Features to Consider When Choosing a Parts Washer

Last Updated May 30, 2022Remi Mercier

Aqueous cleaning has been a widely used method of industrial parts cleaning for many years, with several options to consider. Determining the type of parts washer you need will depend on many factors, such as whether the workpiece requires rinsing, drying, or cooling after cleaning...Continue reading

parts washer specifications to choose the right cleaning equipment for your need.

A Guide to Parts Washer Specifications

Last Updated Apr 7, 2022Remi Mercier

There are many characteristics to look at when purchasing a parts washer. When comparing different options, taking the time to compare key elements of design and construction will help you select the correct option for your needs. In this blog, I provide guidance on some part washer features and specifications to help choose the optimal equipment.

PROCECO is committed to solve all parts cleaning problems with water-based energy-efficient cleaning technology

10 Ways of Making your Parts Cleaning Operations Ecological, Sustainable, and Energy-Efficient

Last Updated Feb 22, 2022Helmut F. Schauer

At the core of PROCECO’s corporate purpose is the commitment to solve all parts cleaning problems with water-based cleaning technology to the exclusion of all toxic, ozone-depleting, and climate-affecting solvents. We present 10 design principles that make our parts cleaning equipment more eco-friendly, sustainable and energy-efficient.

Millipore technical cleanliness inspection process in an industrial manufacturing contex

Technical Cleanliness Inspection in Industrial Manufacturing Processes

Last Updated Dec 3, 2021Pierre-Christophe Clot

Millipore inspection is typically used when a fluid is in contact with moving parts, for example, inside an engine, transmission, fuel system, and now EV battery and motor assemblies. Residual contaminants in a lubrication or fuel injection system can cause premature failures, leading to safety recalls and increased warranty costs. Continue reading to understand the basics for technical cleanline