Aqueous Critical Cleaning


Critical Cleaning is a process of removing undesirable contaminants from the surface of products or manufacturing equipment to a desired level where value or functionality is impacted by undesired residuals.  

These Important factors in aqueous cleaning include what makes up an aqueous cleaner, the water, and how to choose an aqueous cleaner.  

Once a detergent is chosen the 9 variables or B-A-T-H-O-C-A-R-D are reviewed to understand the variables that go into cleaning:
1)    Before clean
2)    Agitation
3)    Time
4)    Heat
5)    Orientation
6)    Chemistry (Concentration)
7)    After-clean
8)    Rinsing
9)    Drying 

Presenter: Jeff Phillips, Sr. Manager, Science & Marketing

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