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Cleaning systems

Cleaning systems by MOC Danner for industrial part cleaning. As a system house for part cleaning we use all of the available technologies and combine these for the respective application concerned. This allows us to create the optimum solution for all conceivable requirements. 

The following section offers an overview of the different system types.

Product overview for our systems


Injection flood systems

In this method, the most important factor is the quantity of liquid. Pressure is secondary. The gravel bed of the river is cleaned so well - not becuse the pressure of the water that travels through the stones is so high, but because of the enormous quantity of water. It's just the same in industrial cleaning. If you can't reach the part to be cleaned with a jet, then a flood method can be used. The part to be cleaned is flooded with as much liquid as possible. A high flow speed and quantity are used when setting up the injection flow system. Jets specially developed by MOC for this purpose increase the volume flow in the treatment chamber four-fold, so that a maximum flow is achieved with a low amount of energy consumed. The jets save 75% of the energy, and thus constitute environmental protection that is integrated in the process itself. 

This method is very well suited to cleaning parts of different shapes. 

Spray system MOC Orca

Spray system MOC Barracuda

Immersion systems

In immersion, the  component is sunk below the level of the liquid. The part is cleaned by the chemical activity of the liquid. A major advantage offered by immersion cleaning systems is the full coverage of the surface to be cleaned. The combination of oscillating and rotating part movements allow excellent results to be achieved. The bath movement can be steplessly adjusted using the "Simple Effect Pulsation Immersion" developed by MOC, and adjusted to the requirements. This immersion method is particularly energy efficient and can cut air consumption by up to 50%.

This immersion process can be combined with untrasound and injection flood technology. 

High pressure systems

The part to be cleaned is sprayed at even higher pressure than in pure spray washing.

The following pressures are available:
5-10-15-25-40-60-80-120-250-650-800-1200 bar.

Plasma systems

In contrast to traditional cleaning methods, no chemical cleansers are required in plasma cleaning. As a result, this type of cleaning offers special environmental advantages - both for the application itself and also for disposal. The plasma is activated via an alternating current or microwaves. There are hardly any limits for this application - in terms of materials (plastics, metal, glas, ceramics, etc.) and also in terms of the type of soiling (organic soiling or oils and grease) and inorganic soiling such as oxides.

Spray washing systems

The liquid is forced through a jet under pressure to hit the workpiece. During spraying, the kinetic energy of the liquid accelerates and improves the cleaning process, in addition to the chemical effect of the cleaner. A key factor is that the surface to be cleaned is met by the jet and the medium, because otherwise the kinetic energy of the jet cannot be used.

MOC optimally coordinates the jet type and the quantity of the liquid to the specific application. The pump pressure and the chemistry for the cleaning are adjusted to the specific application. The aim is for optimum use of the energy employed in order to achieve high energy efficiency with optimum cleaning.

Spray system MOC Orca

Spray system MOC Barracuda


Expansion flood systems

MOC developed the EPF method.

Creating under pressure in the parts to be cleaned creates a vacuum. The explosive penetration of liquid means that even the smallest capillaries can be reached. The method is prefentially used in single-chamber systems. MOC sets up the underpressure and the inflow channels based on the specific product.

Compared to injection floods, this method has the following advantages:

The underpressure avoids air bubbles. The liquid thus penetrates blind holes through to the bottom, and ensures that the surface is fully covered with cleanser. Even parts that are difficult to reach are optimially degreased and cleaned. 

Our expansion flood cleaning system:

Spray system MOC Orca

Ultrasound cleaning

MOC offers systems for ultrasound cleaning for all of the requisite applications. Ultrasound differences:

Characteristic

Feature

Comment

Frequencies

20,25,33,40,58,75,135 kHz

The different frequencies result in different cavitation bubbles and thus different effects on the surface. 

Oscillator

Immersion oscillator, plate oscillator, bar oscillator

This relates to the manner in which the sound enters the treatment chamber.

Alignment

Ground-borne sound, side sound and combined

The position of the oscillator is important in order to reach the surface to be cleaned.

Output

Stated in watt / liter of liquid

The output to be contributed differs depending on the soling, shape fo the part, and the cleanser.

MOC has its own laboratories to test sound intensity and frequencies.

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