Cleaning Polypropylene (Euro Boxes) - Case Study

Customers Criteria: To remove contamination
Component: Euro Boxes
Material: Polypropylene
Contamination prior to cleaning: General dirt, grease
Total number off: 2
Number off per run: 1

Process for cleaning polypropylene:

BOX 1 Test
This box was cleaned using our MI range ultrasonic cleaner. For testing purposes, only half the box has been cleaned so you have a clear comparison. The box had a cycle time of 10 minutes in the ultrasonic cleaner. After the cycle had completed, the box was rinsed in a second tank using deionised water.

BOX 2 Test
Box 2 was cleaned using our rotary washer with a cycle time of 10 minutes. The rotary washer sprays a mix of cleaning agent and water through jets sitting above and below whilst the part itself rotates on a basket.

% Satisfactorily Cleaned: 80%.
Etched effect: None

Box 1 Test
Ultrasonic Cleaner Cleaning Agent Temperature(s) Concentration
Kemet MI80 Ultrasonic Cleaner Roadastel 30 60°C 5%
Kemet MI80 Ultrasonic Cleaner De-ionised water 30°C 100%
Box 2 Test
Ultrasonic Cleaner Cleaning Agent Temperature(s) Concentration
Kemet Rotary Spray washer Decoclean 440 60°C 10°C

Before & After cleaning polypropylene

Before and after cleaning polypropylene

Before cleaning polypropylene

After cleaning polypropylene

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