The Role of Precision Cleaning
Quality Precision Cleaning (QPC) recognizes the paramount role cleanliness plays in the functionality of engineered devices. Even the smallest particles can compromise the operation of these devices, underlining the significance of our precision cleaning service.
Our precision cleaning and verification methods take place within our tailored Class 7 Clean Room, certified to ISO-14644-1 standards. With 15,000ft² of space, furnished with Class 5 laminar flow workbenches, our facility is built to accommodate parts and assemblies of various dimensions — from the minutest details to sizes as large as 11’ W x 50’ L x 11' H.
Catering to Diverse Needs
We offer a diverse range of precision cleaning methods, including but not limited to:
A specialized procedure that thoroughly removes all contaminants such as oil, grease, and particulates from parts that will come in contact with liquid oxygen. The process ensures the functionality of components and also mitigates risks of combustion associated with oxygen-enriched environments.
A method that uses ultrasound (usually from 20–40 kHz) and an appropriate cleaning solvent to effectively clean items. The ultrasonic waves create microscopic cavitation bubbles in the cleaning fluid, which agitate and dislodge contaminants, even from intricately detailed or hard-to-reach parts. This cleaning technique is highly precise, capable of removing even minute particulates and contaminants.
High Purity Solvent Cleaning
A process that involves the use of specialized, high-grade solvents to remove residues and contaminants from parts and surfaces. The process ensures a highly clean end product, free from impurities and particles.
A process that utilizes water-based solutions to remove oils, grease, and other residues from parts and components. It's an environmentally friendly alternative to solvent-based degreasing methods, often incorporating heat and agitation to enhance the cleaning effectiveness.
A method that involves the use of abrasive materials to remove surface contaminants from a part or component. This process is effective at removing heavy deposits, corrosion, or surface coatings that are difficult to remove with other cleaning methods. Depending on the material and the degree of cleanliness required, different types of abrasive media can be used.
High Pressure Flushing
A method that utilizes high-velocity water flow to remove contaminants from internal surfaces of parts or systems. This process is particularly effective in cleaning complex geometries and internal channels that may be difficult to reach by other methods.