1/5/2012

Cleaning Book Provides Practical Resource for Manufacturing

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Critical cleaning has become an essential value-added activity to manufacture for competitive quality and cost-effective production. The second edition of the Handbook for Critical Cleaning, edited by consultants Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg of BFK Solutions, features comprehensive information from more than 70 industry experts to help manufacturers achieve success in the next decade.

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Critical cleaning has become an essential value-added activity to manufacture for competitive quality and cost-effective production. The second edition of the Handbook for Critical Cleaning, edited by consultants Barbara and Ed Kanegsberg of BFK Solutions, features comprehensive information from more than 70 industry experts to help manufacturers achieve success in the next decade.

The revised, expanded publication, available from CRC Press, consists of two volumes: Volume 1, Cleaning Agents and Systems, and Volume 2, Applications, Processes and Controls. Most of the chapters are new or updated from the 2001 first edition. Specific chapters highlight cleaning process issues in such areas as medical devices, wafer fabrication, art conservation, electronics, food processing, micro/nano devices, military and aerospace. Overview chapters by the editors are written to provide a complete, balanced perspective that gives manufacturers the tools to select, implement and maintain quality, value-added, precision cleaning processes.

For more information, go to bfksolutions.com/HBCC%20Main.html or email barbara@bfksolutions.com

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