7/9/2012

Chamber Washers Demonstrate Cleaning Parts

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The Dürr exhibit will include two chamber washers used to clean batch loads and CNC machined metal parts in baskets.

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The Dürr exhibit will include two chamber washers used to clean batch loads and CNC machined metal parts in baskets. The parts washers will illustrate different Dürr cleaning technologies available. The EcoCBase W3 chamber washer relies on aqueous immersion flood washing with a vacuum dry process that achieves totally dry parts, yet consumes less energy than conventional drying technology, the company says.

Dürr’s Green Degreasing family of environmentally friendly washers will be represented by the EcoCBase P2, especially useful for the removal of oils, greases, emulsions and chips. 

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