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18 09, 2020

Why Your Commercial Business Needs an Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaner

2020-09-30T18:25:51+00:00September 18th, 2020|Cleaning|

If you run a commercial or industrial business, you need a cleaning system that supports your processes and keeps your production environment in motion. While a typical ultrasonic cleaning model can handle day-to-day operations, an industrial ultrasonic cleaner is designed to handle even the most demanding jobs in any commercial environment. This product was developed to deliver intense cleaning and washing of industrial and commercial products. An industrial ultrasonic cleaner is ideal for tough cleaning tasks in various industries including: Medical Automotive [...]

8 09, 2020

RIT Researchers Use Wet Slurry Blaster to Help Get a Handle on Pandemic

2020-09-30T18:55:05+00:00September 8th, 2020|Cleaning|

by Rich Kiley GIS, CIMS Lead Project to Clean Hundreds of Door Pulls on Campus to Help Inhibit Spread of Virus Soon after the coronavirus outbreak last spring, RIT researchers supporting the response to curb the COVID-19 outbreak in New York state learned of a fascinating property of copper and the metal’s alloys. “They act to kill bacteria and viruses on surfaces,” said Gerry Hurley ’93 (industrial engineering), ’96 ME (engineering management), a technical program manager in the Center for Integrated Manufacturing Studies (CIMS) and the Golisano Institute for Sustainability (GIS). Hurley [...]

30 07, 2020

Improve Air Filtration for Cleanliness and Safety as Schools Reopen.

2020-09-22T17:45:17+00:00July 30th, 2020|Filters|

Even when school is closed, air quality is important to maintaining a healthy indoor environment. Now that we are implementing reopening strategies, it’s imperative that we do all we can to protect students, teachers, and staff—and the families they will be going home to. While social distancing and face masks are still the most important protective measures against the spread of COVID-19 in schools, ventilation systems offer opportunities for prevention as well. The CDC and other advisory groups recommend that we “Improve central air filtration [...]

30 07, 2020

Remove the Burrs. Improve the Product.

2020-09-30T18:37:39+00:00July 30th, 2020|Finishing|

via: larouxgillespie.com Nearly every machining process leaves some sort of burr that must be removed. But few agree on the definition of a burr, let alone a standard for describing them. A burr to one engineer is simply a sharp edge to another The Problem With Burrs. Burrs can cause issues in downstream machining processes by preventing proper location of the part in a fixture, or interfering with a metrology device. Burrs that are not detectable visually or by feel may be easy to overlook. [...]

30 06, 2020

Non-Destructive Paint Removal and Degreasing

2020-09-22T17:46:00+00:00June 30th, 2020|Cleaning|

You may already know that wet blasting is a clean, safe way to remove grease and paint for MRO, MX, and Reman applications. Toxic coatings are safely removed and contained in our closed-loop systems—eliminating airborne dust and associated hazards—and the need for PPE. In addition to the safety and sustainability of the Wet Tech Process, precision is an important advantage. Wet Blasting can be completely non-destructive, maintaining critical tolerances and profiles. Even achieving selective removal of unwanted coatings, with the right system and appropriate [...]

30 05, 2020

Custom Engineered Wet Blast Systems for Emerging Applications

2020-09-23T13:10:32+00:00May 30th, 2020|Cleaning, Finishing|

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, whether you call it Industry 4.0, or Manufacturing 4.0, is opening doors to higher productivity, smarter workflows, and safer work environments. As we integrate advanced robotics, artificial intelligence (AI), IoT, additive manufacturing (3D printing), and smart energy, why not reinvent the ways in which we approach surface finishing? Wet blast systems have proven to outperform conventional manual, chemical and dry blasting processes, with the ability to combine steps, speed production and eliminate airborne dust and hazardous chemicals. And, [...]

30 04, 2020

Best Uses For Ultrasonic Cleaning Devices

2020-09-23T13:09:11+00:00April 30th, 2020|Cleaning|

The ultrasonic cleaning process offers safe and highly effective cleaning of almost any object, regardless of size or complexity. There is a great need for “precision” cleaning for many items in many industries, which makes ultrasonic cleaners the method of choice for safely removing contaminants from almost any part including those made from metal, glass, plastic, ceramic, and many other surfaces. Because of the strong and effective cleaning that they deliver, even on the most delicate items, ultrasonic cleaners are extremely popular and often necessary for use in [...]

28 02, 2020

How Do Ultrasonic Cleaners Work?

2020-09-22T17:12:52+00:00February 28th, 2020|Cleaning|

The ultrasonic cleaning process offers safe and highly effective cleaning of almost any object, regardless of size or complexity. There is a definite need for “precision” cleaning for many objects in many industries, which makes ultrasonic cleaners the method of choice for safely removing contaminants from almost any part including those made from glass, plastic, ceramic, and many other nonmetallic and metallic surfaces. While ultrasonic cleaners are the top choice for industrial level cleaning tasks, do we really understand how they work? Ultrasonic cleaners: it’s all [...]

9 11, 2019

Integrated Process for Bioenergy Production and Water Recycling in the Dairy Industry

2020-09-22T17:44:36+00:00November 9th, 2019|Filters|

Selection of Kluyveromyces Strains for Direct Conversion of Concentrated Lactose-Rich Streams into Bioethanol Dairy industries have a high environmental impact, with very high energy and water consumption and polluting effluents. To increase the sustainability of these industries it is urgent to implement technologies for wastewater treatment allowing water recycling and energy savings. In this study, dairy wastewater was processed by ultrafiltration and nanofiltration or ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis (UF/RO) and retentates from the second membrane separation processes were assessed for bioenergy production. Lactose-fermenting yeasts were tested in direct [...]

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