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Aqueous Cleaning

Aqueous Cleaning - designed to clean a diverse range of components Cleaning components is an inherent part of many industrial processes either as an interim procedure prior to finishing processes such as painting, electroplating or chemical production. It is also used as the final stage to produce clean components.   The aqueous cleaning process has been proven to be a technically feasible and effective alternative to traditional solvent based cleaning. All of the aqueous processes used by Longworth meet all of the environmental and legislative guidelines.       Aqueous Cleaning Tank

How Does It Work?

The aqueous cleaning process involves the immersion of components in water based solutions using heated air agitation and chemical action which aids the breakdown and removal of contaminants. Our tanks are designed to clean both large and small components and our processes are refined to meet the requirements of all our clients.

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How Does It Work?

Benefits

  • Less damaging than traditional abrasive cleaning processes
  • Air agitated aqueous process to ensure all holes and crevices are completely flushed
  • Improved health & safety and removal of solvent processes to comply with the VOC Solvents Emissions Directive
  • Cost effective – No expensive disposal costs

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Who Is It For?

  • Pharmaceutical
  • Defence
  • Automotive
  • Food & Beverage Processing and Manufacturing
  • Engineering
  • Medical
  • Manufacturing

Components and Parts

  • Filters
  • Pipework
  • Glasswork
  • Heat exchangers
  • Oil heated rollers
  • Water cooled rollers
  • Anilox & gravure rollers
  • Spray gun components
  • Flexible hoses

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  • Complies with the VOC Solvents Emissions Directive

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