MAFAC at the parts2clean 2021
From 5 to 7 October, the parts2clean will open its gates in Stuttgart. MAFAC is also active as an exhibitor and in hall 4, stand A22 demonstrates its automatic transfer system MAFAC CONTINUO and the new vacuum cleaning technology MAFAC Vacuum Activated Purification. In addition, we provide information on the advantages of MAFAC vector kinematics and on the MAFAC technology modules for energy-efficient aqueous cleaning.
“We are pleased to once more be able to meet our customers in person and to explain our products to them in individual talks,” rejoices Peter Ruoff, Head of Marketing and Sales at MAFAC. This is the first in-person event the company is attending since the onset of the corona pandemic and according to Bettina Kern, also Head of Marketing and Sales, the company will make abundant use of this appearance: “The requirements on parts cleaning are perceptibly changing, which makes the personal exchange on the changing requirements of our customers an indispensable necessity. This year, we want to take increased advantage of this and introduce our products. The focus of our trade fair presentation is on novelties that allow for added flexibility and efficiency in cleaning and offer improved ease of integration into the production environment.”
Transfer system MAFAC CONTINUO - speeds up your processes
With the automatic transfer system MAFAC CONTINUO, MAFAC supports the integration of cleaning in chained production environments and lends more speed to the process. The system is made up of modules and can be integrated in a flexible manner. At the same time, it is optimally tuned to the MAFAC cleaning machines and enables operation with up to five goods baskets or workpiece carriers in the loading and unloading area to provide improved throughput times.
MAFAC Vacuum Activated Purification – for capillary part geometries
The vacuum cleaning technology MAFAC Vacuum Activated Purification (VAP) has been developed for the effective cleaning of capillary structures. Alternating pressure introduced in a targeted manner increases the cleaning effect of spray flood cleaning so that even deep boreholes with small cross sections can be reliably and economically cleaned. The process is suitable for applications in medical engineering, pharmaceutics, in the optical industry as well as in electrical engineering and the laser industry. It is even possible to perform cleaning tasks on workpieces originating from 3D printing.
Technology modules for increased sustainability
A further important topic of the trade fair appearance will be the different technology modules for increased energy efficiency in cleaning, which MAFAC has been continuously refining over the last couple of years. “The sustainable creation of value is going to gain increasing importance even for capital equipment. We therefore offer comprehensive consulting on this topic at our new MAFAC Customer Centre. At our model and learning factory, we can demonstrate the savings potentials of the MAFAC machines and technologies in a live process that turns this into a tangible experience. We use this to highlight the contribution they can make towards the resource-conserving operation of a production,” explains Bettina Kern.
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