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Please visit: Dürr Ecoclean
2469 Executive Hills Blvd.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326 US
Solvent-Based Parts Cleaning System
Dürr Ecoclean’s EcoCCore solvent-based parts cleaning system is designed to improve cleaning performance, process reliability and cost savings.
Cleaning and Corrosion Protection with Solvents
Protect parts against rust in an efficient and sustainable way.
Dry Cleaning System Delivers Energy Savings
Intermediate cleaning of powertrain parts with more than 50 percent energy savings and high process reliability.
Solvent-Based Part-Cleaning Systems Optimize Quality
Dürr Ecoclean’s EcoCCore system is a solvent-based part cleaning system offering greater product throughput and load weight to yield reduced cleaning cost per unit.
Solvent Cleaning Machine Offers Batch Flexibility
Dürr Ecoclean’s EcoCCore solvent cleaning machine is designed to meet the need for solvent cleaning when parts are contaminated with oil or when subsequent processes (such as heat treating, welding, gluing or coating) require greaseless surfaces.
Solvent Cleaning System Handles Large Volumes
The EcoCCore solvent-based part cleaning system from Dürr Ecoclean features two flood tanks, heat recovery and full-flow plus bypass filtration capabilities.
Vapor Degreasing Offers Time Savings and Cleaner Parts
Look into a new vapor degreasing system that is not only self-contained, but saves energy, reduces labor and efficiently cleans.
Chamber Washer Uses Agitation to Degrease Parts
Dürr Ecoclean’s airless/airtight Universal 81C parts washer uses fluid agitation in a rotating injection flood wash chamber to degrease parts, and then the degreased parts exit completely dry without the need for supplemental air blowing.
System Uses Steam to Remove Contaminants
Dürr Ecoclean’s EcoCSteam steam cleaning system is designed to remove contaminants such as oils, greases, emulsions, release agents, chips, dust and fingerprints from virtually any material quickly, reliably and without using any chemicals.
Closing the Gap in Critical Cleaning Challenges
Solvents may be the answer to a shop’s need for efficient, reliable and sustainable cleaning of precision machined parts.
Dürr Ecoclean Invests in U.S. Test Center for Parts Cleaning
Dürr Ecoclean has invested $2.5 million to expand its cleaning lab and test center in the United States.
Power in Compact Cleaning
Capital improvement decisions can often be “no risk/no reward.” This shop passed on potential production equipment in favor of a new cleaning system and found great reward.
Durr Ecoclean System Cleans Using Non-Halogenated Hydrocarbons
Durr Ecoclean’s EcoCBase C2 solvent cleaning system uses non-halogenated hydrocarbons to remove oils, greases, emulsions and swarf.
Chamber Washers Demonstrate Cleaning Parts
The Dürr exhibit will include two chamber washers used to clean batch loads and CNC machined metal parts in baskets.
Durr Ecoclean Signs Framework Agreement
Ecoclean Dürr GmbH has finalized a long-term supply agreement with the BMW Group.
A ‘Green’ Parts Cleaning Option
As environmental concerns continue to motivate many shops to clean up their act, so to speak, it’s critical to know what options are available to clean your parts in both an efficient and environmentally responsible way.
Automation, Parts Cleaning and Coolant Filtration in One System
As bids came in for new systems for plant automation, parts cleaning and deburring, as well as centralized coolant filtration systems for the company's engine block and head production line, Cummins found that Dürr Ecoclean could handle all three tasks.
Vacuum Cleaning in a Metalworking Environment
Maybe the floors at your shop do need to be vacuumed periodically, but vacuum cleaning now has a different meaning in the metalworking industry.
Tight Specs for Parts Cleaning
Any time a part is machined, the oil or grease from the machining process as well as the chips present from the grinding process need to be removed before further part production takes place.
New Cleaning Equipment Yields Improved Process
Although a forced change in a shop’s process may at first be unwelcomed, the change often yields better results than the process it took the place of by increasing efficiency and lowering costs.