JOMESA North America, Inc.
2095 East Big Beaver Road
Troy , MI 48083 US
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As Seen In Production Machining
Particle Analysis Evolves with Cleanliness Specifications
Cleanliness analysis equipment has become more advanced as testing and reporting particle contamination levels have become more critical.
Jomesa Filter Dispenser Maintains Membrane Cleanliness
Filter dispenser provides user-friendly, safe and easy way to retrieve clean individual filters for use.
Gardner Establishes Manufacturing Cleaning Association
This association’s mission is to create a community of cleaning industry professionals that can learn from each other, and establish and hold strict industrial standards while networking, sharing and learning from eachother.
Parts Cleaning Questions Resulting from COVID-19
While companies scramble to change processes practically overnight, they are forced to respond with creativity and flexibility, improving communication with customers and employees along the way.
Technical Cleanliness Expert Days Brings Together Cleaning Community for Learning and Networking
The second Technical Cleanliness Expert Days event this year expanded to one-and-a-half days, with the theme of “Cleanliness in Production and Critical Processes.”
PMTS 2019 Cleaning Segment Focuses on Demand for Cleaner Parts
To get a feel for the current hot topics in parts cleaning prior to the show, we asked several of the exhibitors about what attendees should expect the show “buzz” to be as well as their thoughts and insights about the show and conference.
Jomesa System Analyzes Extracted Particles
PMTS 2019: Jomesa’s PSE system performs material analysis on particles extracted during cleanliness testing.
Conference Focuses on Cleanliness Concepts and Standards
Technical Cleanliness Expert Day on Sept. 25 focused on technical cleanliness concepts and establishing production and assembly cleanliness standards.
IMTS Cleaning Exhibits Emphasize Trends
This year, some parts cleaning exhibitors say the biggest trends they are experiencing include more automated equipment, the need for precision cleaning for smaller particle counts than in the past and growing demands for using more green and neutral-based cleaners.
Cleanliness Compliance is Critical for Automotive Suppliers
Although not every shop has been affected by cleanliness specifications, many suppliers to automotive OEMs are already complying with stringent cleanliness standards. In Ford Motor Co.’s case, it has created its own cleanliness standards in order to save money and credibility.
Parts Cleaning Across Continents
If the metalworking industry wants to predict the future of the parts cleaning market, it needs to look across the pond at the European trends and new developments taking place there.