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Automotive

  • Cylinder head
  • Engine block
  • Camshafts and camshaft carrier
  • Gear and junction box
  • Timing case and valve housing
  • Electric motor housing
  • Distributor blocks
  • Oil trays
  • Piston rod
  • Wheels and shafts
  • Small load carrier and blister
  • etc.

Vehicle complexity increases with each new vehicle generation - and thus the requirements for technical cleanliness, as the finest particles could already cause immense damage, such as a field claim.
Requirements for the automotive industry mainly include the removal of chips and contaminants such as grease, oil and adhesive residues. The cleanliness of sealing, adhesive and joining surfaces is just as vital as such of component surfaces, interiors of components, or in intricate undercuts or boreholes to be cleaned.

Automotive Suppliers

  • Pump housing
  • Injector body
  • Rails
  • Jet body and needle
  • Valve piece
  • Armature and armature discs
  • Turbo charger housing
  • Turbine rotors
  • Valve manifolds
  • Toothed steering rack and steering nut
  • Drive and drive shaft
  • Bevelled wheels and ring gears
  • etc.

Vehicle complexity increases with each new vehicle generation - and thus the requirements for technical cleanliness, as the finest particles could already cause immense damage, such as a field claim.
Requirements for the automotive industry mainly include the removal of chips and contaminants such as grease, oil and adhesive residues. The cleanliness of sealing, adhesive and joining surfaces is just as vital as such of component surfaces, interiors of components, or in intricate undercuts or boreholes to be cleaned.

Engineering

  • Gears
  • Flanges
  • Turned and milled parts
  • Shafts
  • Spindles
  • Housing
  • Cast iron components
  • Welded assemblies
  • etc.

High Pressure Die Casting

Components for

 

  • Motor
  • Gear
  • Steering
  • Coupling
  • etc.

Metal Processing

  • Diverse sheet metal parts
  • General machine parts after turning and milling

Precision Engineering

  • Parts from the watch making industry
  • Turned and milled parts
  • Control pistons
  • Aligning pins
  • Shafts
  • Wheels
  • Sheet metal parts
  • etc.

Hydraulics Industry

  • Hydraulic cylinders
  • Valves
  • Hydraulic manifolds
  • etc.

Optical Industry

  • Lenses
  • Prisms
  • Eyeglasses
  • Objective lenses
  • Wafers
  • etc. 

 

Description:
For highly sensitive components to meet the highest degree of particulate and film-like cleanliness.

Contaminations:
Particles, such as chips, after mechanical processing, as well as auxiliary materials, such as oils used for machining. Greases, polishing agents

 

Medical Engineering

  • Joints
  • Implants
  • Dental products
  • Syringes
  • Scalpels
  • etc. 

Description:
In the field of medical engineering, sterile surfaces are a prerequisite for the use on the human body.

Contaminations:
In medical engineering, contamination includes residues from machining processes, such as chips, dust, lubricating coolants, preservatives, as well as cutting and punching oils which must be removed prior to further processing or as part of the final cleaning. Powder burns, blood stains and finger prints require diligent removal so sterility can be ensured.

Watch Making Industry

  • Spring mechanisms
  • Weight mechanisms
  • Gears
  • Balance spring
  • Springs
  • Pendulum
  • etc. 

Electrical Industry

  • Printed circuit board
  • Connector
  • Switch
  • Insulators
  • Coil
  • Transformer