Here at us, we are always looking for new ways to improve our services. As experts in metal finishing, metal plating and electroless nickel plating, we spend a great deal of time looking for the most effective way to get the very best results for our customers. With this in mind, we have recently purchased a large trichloroethylene plant in order to degrease metal parts and components before they are plated.
Why is Degreasing a Component so Important?
Degreasing is often the first step of the metal plating process and one of the most important, because insufficient degreasing and incorrect preparation of the surface to be plated is the biggest cause of rejection of a component. The degreasing and cleaning of parts is essential to metal plating projects, as molecular layers of oil and other particles can prevent the adhesion of the coating.
Parts Cleaning and Degreasing Using SolventsTrichloroethylene
The solvent degreasing plant that we have onsite at us contains trichloroethylene, a chemical compound commonly used as an industrial solvent and classed as a category 2 carcinogen.
Various organic solvents can be used for degreasing, including trichloroethylene, and many are harmful to health if inhaled. Because it is a dangerous substance, there are many laws governing its use.
Our solvent degreasing plant is closed topped with a secure lid which ensures that the us workforce never come into contact with the solvent, or are exposed to it in any way. The equipment works by degreasing the required parts using vapour from the solvent. After the trichloroethylene has been used, it can be recondensed so that it can be saved and reused.
Vapour Degreasing Service
This machine is an incredibly effective replacement for other degreasers on the market which are simply not as effective. There are many alternatives to trichloroethylene, but none achieve results of such a high standard. That’s why we are so pleased to be able to offer this service to our customers!
If you would like to find out more about the benefits of effective degreasing of components with our in-house solvent decreasing plant, call us on our phone number, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the contact page on our website to make an enquiry.