12/27/2017

Guide Helps Plan for Cleaning Equipment

Originally titled 'CTG Guide Helps Plan for Cleaning Equipment'
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Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC’s new guide, titled “Planning for New Cleaning Equipment,” was written for beginners to the world of parts washing and ultrasonic cleaning.

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Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC’s new guide, titled “Planning for New Cleaning Equipment,” was written by experts at CTG who consulted with experts of Blackstone-NEY ultrasonics and Ransohoff parts washers. It was written for beginners to the world of parts washing and ultrasonic cleaning.

When it comes to parts cleaning equipment, there are a range of options and considerations. The free guide is designed to assist engineers and purchasing managers in the process of selecting the best parts cleaning equipment and preparing for the integration of that equipment into their process and facility.

To download this document for free, visit short.productionmachining.com/ctgguide.

This document will be available online indefinitely and will be improving as we hear feedback from our customers and readers.

CTG believes that by offering useful resources for free, the company can improve the industry’s accessibility, while reducing headaches.

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