Parts Cleaning Conference to Cover Basics and Critical Tracks

The 2019 Parts Cleaning Conference will present the Basics and Best Practices Track as well as the Critical Track.


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On Wednesday, April 3, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., the 2019 Parts Cleaning Conference, held in conjunction with PMTS 2019, in Cleveland, Ohio, will present the Basics and Best Practices Track, where industry professionals will present on such topics as cleaning agent testing, safe alternatives to cleaning methods, aqueous precision cleaning 101, and the benefits of aqueous parts cleaning. See the full agenda of speakers here, which includes Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg with BFK Solutions, and Darren Williams, Sam Houston State University; Alicia McCarthy with Toxics Use Reduction Institute; Yangsheng Zhang from BHC; and Chuck Sexton from Kyzen.

The Critical Track, held Thursday, April 4, from 8 to 11 a.m., will cover critical cleaning in automotive applications and how to achieve these cleanliness requirements; cleaning of medical devices and implants, and the importance of cleaning sensitive electronics and more. The speaker lineup includes Remi Mercier from Proceco; Raymond Wu with Chemours; Henry Ederle from Technotrade International Inc./ Borer Chemie AG; Mike Valenti with Hubbard-Hall; and Malcolm McLaughlin at Alconox. See the full agenda here.

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