Electrovert and Zestron to Host Joint Inline Cleaning Workshop


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ITW EAE will be demonstrating its Electrovert Inline cleaning equipment at a joint workshop hosted by Electrovert and Zestron. The workshop will take place October 11-12 at Zestron’s Technical Center in Ingolstadt, Germany. Participants will have a unique opportunity to learn first-hand from cleaning technology experts and observe the entire cleaning process and cleanliness evaluation. The event will offer an exchange of knowledge and networking with others who have similar cleaning challenges.

Zestron will provide practical training on analytical methods for surface evaluation and walk through the decision procedure for selecting the best cleaning media and equipment combination. A guest speaker from Etek will also be available to discuss process management concerns such as water treatment regulations and the influence of contaminations by metals, salts and organics.

“We will have hands on demonstrations of inline cleaning machines for high and low volumes,” said Greg Calvo, ITW EAE Electrovert product manager. “We will look at the mechanics for cleaning low stand-off components and then demonstrate the process and look at the results under a microscope.”

Further details on this workshop including a complete agenda and online registration is available here.

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