Industrial component cleaning: replanning or optimization of component cleaning processes?
Development, optimization and protection against bad investments!
Industrial component cleaning: Optimization and replanning taking into account VDA19 and ISO 16232
The demands on industrial component cleaning are growing, unfortunately so are the costs! Time to act!
The industrial component cleaning (also industrial parts cleaning) is becoming more and more important. In many cases, industrial component cleaning was originally only viewed as a small process in the process chain for the manufacture of a wide variety of production parts and components.
However, industrial component cleaning plays an important role in the functionality and product quality of many products - in the production of new parts but also in remanufacturing (or remanufacturing).
Industrial component cleaning processes must be flexible and inexpensive, as well as achieve low reject rates in the production process.
Due to increasing customer requirements for the technical cleanliness of the products as well as new technologies and processes, the requirements for industrial component cleaning processes have increased significantly. We at bfirm are experts in the Development, analysis and Optimization of industrial component cleaning processes and help companies in this process to get the best result.
Industrial component cleaning processes
Industrial component cleaning processes are often the bottleneck in production and represent a technical and organizational challenge. The systems and processes have grown over time, often out of date and show high energy and media consumption - with inadequate cleaning performance at the same time.
If these processes, systems or sub-components reach the technical performance limit or service life, there is an opportunity to optimize this bottleneck and thus increase the performance of the entire production process.
If the current cleaning performance is not sufficient, attempts are often made to clean the components afterwards with manual rework.
Do you also know the problem? Do you also have cleaning processes in which there is potential for improvement?
What are your challenges? Filmic or particulate contamination? Compliance with technical cleanliness? The material mix of the component?
We then develop several complete process alternatives, taking into account your requirements and all technical and economic performance parameters. In addition, we examine the performance of developed processes and the achievement of technical cleanliness in the laboratory.
To do this will be various system combinations put together and precisely coordinated so that they work together to achieve the desired cleaning result. Investment decisions can only be made reliably based on this and bad investments are avoided!