EcoCWave – the innovative all-round talent for applications ranging from coarse to fine cleaning
Dürr Ecoclean launches a new machine generation for use with water-based media at parts2clean 2014
The media used in wet chemical cleaning of parts and surfaces are often water-based. Depending on the task on hand, they may be formulated as acid or neutral or alkaline cleaning fluids. Application levels may range from coarse to fine cleaning. But regardless of whether the aim is to remove coarse contamination between or after machining operations or to meet defined cleanliness specifications, the cleaning process must be carried out rapidly and in a cost and energy-efficient manner. In developing the EcoCWave system, Dürr Ecoclean's engineers therefore focused on just these requirements.
High operating flexibility plus low energy and space demand
In order to provide users from diverse industries – e.g., automotive manufacturers and their tiered suppliers, medical equipment makers, workshops carrying out mechanical operations such as machining, punching, drawing or bending – with a forward-looking cleaning solution, the EcoCWave has been built to adapt optimally to any cleaning task and can be expanded as needed. The new single-chamber system also provides maximum flexibility when it comes to batch sizes. Its technical features ensure that the specified cleaning result will be achieved quickly and with minimum energy input. Per-unit cleaning costs are further reduced by a series of measures geared to boost the system's process reliability and enhance its user friendliness.
Apart from its exceptional performance, the EcoCWave distinguishes itself by its low space demand – the engineers of the Filderstadt-based equipment manufacturer have managed to reduce its footprint to a minimum. With its attractive design, the new cleaning line also represents a visual highlight. Replacing its precedessor model Universal 81 W, the EcoCWave will be premiered at parts2clean 2014 at Dürr Ecoclean GmbH's stand in Hall 5, booth C 18 / D 17.
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Dürr Ecoclean is a leading supplier of advanced cleaning technology to automotive manufacturers and their tiered suppliers as well as to a broad and diversified industrial market. The Ecoclean group also provides and integrates the associated automation solutions, in addition to assembly and testing systems. Dürr Ecoclean's tailor-made technology enables customers to tap savings potentials, e.g., at the level of per-unit costs, energy demand and cycle times. Dürr Ecoclean is a member of the Dürr group and currently employs around 1,000 people at more than 10 sites in eight countries around the globe.
Dürr is a group of companies dedicated to mechanical engineering and equipment manufacture and holds leading positions in the world market in its diverse fields of activity. Automotive industry business accounts for over 80% of annual sales. In addition, Dürr supplies innovative manufacturing and environmental technology to the aircraft construction, mechanical engineering, chemicals and pharmaceutical industries. The Dürr Group serves its markets through four corporate divisions. Paint and Assembly Systems plans and builds paintshops and final assembly systems for the automotive and aviation industries. Application Technology provides robot-based systems for automatic paint application, sealing and glueing. Machinery and equipment made by Measuring and Process Systems serves in balancing, cleaning and other applications in engine and transmission manufacturing and final vehicle assembly. The fourth division, Clean Technology Systems, is focused on processes for improved energy efficiency and exhaust air cleaning performance. Worldwide, Dürr maintains 50 sites in 24 countries with a workforce of around 8,200. The Group achieved sales of € 2.4 billion in 2013.
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