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The parts2clean 2016 in retrospect - Quality and economic efficiency are key topics

At this year's parts2clean, MAFAC convinced the expert visitors with innovative cleaning technology made in the Black Forest. Under the motto "Always a clean shot – just like Robin Hood", the company presented its new process for targeted cleaning and drying of complex components. The intense discussions with the visitors at the MAFAC booth proved that the innovation was received with much enthusiasm. "High-end cleaning and drying with reproducible results and above all at economically favourable conditions – for many companies, this is one of the top priorities. This was evident once more at this year's parts2clean. Particularly considering the trend to downsizing combined with the increasing complexity of the components, the factors quality and economic efficiency continue to be of central importance. For this reason, our new process met with much approval," Managing Director Rainer Schwarz comments in retrospect. In consistent further development of MAFAC's sustainability concept, the newly developed technology ensures that all surfaces of the parts have contact with the cleaning agent in an intelligently designed workpiece carrier, while central bearing kinematics generate a high degree of turbulence targeted directly at difficult-to-access internal contours.

Splitting the cleaning process in two different aspects – partial cleaning of interior geometries and simultaneous global contact of secondary surfaces with the cleaning fluids – , MAFAC addresses one of the main topics of the industry: "We will be able to make process times much shorter while increasing the throughput, which effectively helps to save resources," Rainer Schwarz explains.

The new technology will be on show again at the AMB in Stuttgart from 13 to 17 September 2016.

See our picture gallery for some impressions.