At Longworth, we’ve always taken our corporate social responsibilities extremely seriously, from both a commercial and moral viewpoint. With the heightened focus on environmental issues in recent years, our customers are increasingly keen to ensure that we’re capable of achieving their particular sustainability goals as well as satisfying wider legislative requirements.
We’re proud to function within a consistent environmental management framework based on the exacting requirements of the internationally recognised ISO 14000 standards. Our compliance and promotion of our CSR policies demonstrates our ongoing commitment to lessen the impact of our operations on the environment.
One of our more recent innovations designed to further improve our sustainable performance is the conception and development of our superheated steam cleaning process. This advance has enabled us to significantly reduce our energy consumption and the amount of hazardous solvent waste generated at our premises.
The Longworth operation is a perfect alternative to in-house cleaning provision. Our extensive range of cleaning processes allow us to confidently remove most contaminant from a wide range of components. Our cleaning solutions cover: Ultrasonic Cleaning Aqueous Cleaning Slurry Cleaning Pyrolysis DEECOM® Steam Cleaning Clean Room Facility equipped with ultrasonic cleaning What are the benefits to [...]
12.4.13 | News | Mark1972
Longworth are proud to announce the successful installation and commission of two of its DEECOM® superheated steam cleaning machines in a brand new facility located just outside Seoul, South Korea. The matched machines will be cleaning stainless steel filter disks which are used in the production of high value polymer films. The films, which are [...]
21.3.13 | News | Mark1972
Easter break will soon be upon us, this is traditionally the time of year when components come off line and are sent away to be cleaned by refurbishment Companies. One particular component is the heat transfer roll. Roller internals are prone to getting blocked on a frequent basis and the demand for continuous production results in [...]
5.3.13 | News | Mark1972