Optimally adapted solutions for cleaning tasks with highest cleanliness requirements


As an essential step in manufacturing processes, parts cleaning significantly contributes to high product quality and adds considerable value. Therefore, almost all industrial sectors are confronted with more stringent particulate and film-type cleanliness specifications. At MACH in Birmingham, Ecoclean will provide information about its trendsetting product portfolio, which is optimally tailored to
fulfil a broad range of cleaning applications with highest cleanliness requirements. By way of example, an advanced EcoCwave machine will be shown live on the booth (Hall 6, Booth 829) to illustrate the various features and process options.

Regardless of the industry sector, parts cleaning is one of the critical processes in manufacturing today. Due to increasing demands on component performance and reliability, new products, changed manufacturing, coating and bonding technologies as well as modified materials, the requirements for particulate and film-like cleanliness are constantly rising. This is particularly true in high tech sectors such as the semiconductor supply industry, medical device engineering, aviation and aerospace industry, optical and optoelectronic industry as well as vacuum, laser and analysis technologies. In order to solve these challenging cleaning tasks in a needs-based,
efficient and sustainable manner, not only is comprehensive technological know-how required but also knowledge of the applications and respective physical relationships. As a full-range supplier of future-oriented, flexible, and energy-efficient solutions for
industrial component cleaning, Ecoclean and UCM, the Group’s division specializing in Ecoclean GmbH precision and ultra-fine cleaning, have both and cover the entire spectrum of wetchemical processes using water-based media, solvents and modified alcohols. This means that cleaning processes and systems, including the most suitable process technologies such as injection flood washing, spray cleaning, high-pressure, immersion, ultrasonic, megasonic and plasma cleaning, as well as Ultrasonic Plus or Pulsated Pressure Cleaning (PPC) as well as drying techniques for both batch and individual part cleaning, can be very efficiently tailored to product- and companyspecific requirements. Machine and process design is carried out in the company’s own test centers, which include cleanrooms as well as adapted plant and measuring technology available for tasks in medical technology and for high-purity applications.

At this year’s MACH in Birmingham held from the 15th throughout the 19th of April, Ecoclean (Hall 6, Booth 829) will inform about its broad range of adapted system concepts for batch and single parts cleaning with aqueous media and environmentally compatible solvents, as well as matching high-purity equipment packages. The latter will be demonstrated on the example of the advanced EcoCwave for immersion and spraying processes with water-based cleaning agents. The system technology, media routing, media preparation and design of this full-vacuum single-chamber system have been specially adapted for high-end cleaning applications. Thus, it is capable of achieving consistent results that meet highest requirements, even if it concerns geometrically complex components. Process options that can be combined in almost any way, such as high pressure spray cleaning, ultrasonic, plasma cleaning, as well as PPC, contribute to this.

Forward-looking service solutions are another topic at Ecoclean’s booth. These include 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, as well as training programs for customer employees


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