Metal Finishing Guide Book

2013

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Rinse Dry Continue cleaning action Remove cleaning agent residue Protect product surfaces (including rust preventative) Minimize product damage Continue cleaning action Remove water or solvent Minimize product damage Table 2. Cleaning process steps REFERENCES 1. Barbara Kanegsberg and Ed Kanegsberg, "Troubleshooting Your Ultrasonic Cleaning Process," Metal Finishing Magazine, September, 2009. 2. Barbara Kanegsberg, "Cleaning Agents: Overview," in "Handbook for Critical Cleaning, Cleaning Agents and Systems," Volume 1, B. and E. Kanegsberg, ed, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2011. 3. Michael Beeks and David Keller, "Aqueous Cleaning Essentials," in "Handbook for Critical Cleaning, Cleaning Agents and Systems," Volume 1, B. and E. Kanegsberg, ed, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2011. 4. Barbara Kanegsberg. "Evaluating, Choosing, and Implementing the Process: How to Get Vendors to Work with You," in "Handbook for Critical Cleaning, Applications, Processes and Controls," Volume 2, B. and E. Kanegsberg, ed, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2011. 5. Arthur Gillman, "Blunders, Disasters, Horror Stories, and Mistakes You Can Avoid," in "Handbook for Critical Cleaning, Applications, Processes and Controls," Volume 2, B. and E. Kanegsberg, ed, CRC Press/Taylor & Francis, 2011. 6. John Durkee, "Don't Become an Endangered Species, Buy the Right Cleaning Equipment," Metal Finishing Magazine, September, 2004. ABOUT THE AUTHORS Barbara Kanegsberg and Ed Kanegsberg (the Cleaning Lady and the Rocket Scientist) are experienced consultants and educators in critical and precision cleaning, surface preparation, and contamination control. Their diverse projects include medical device manufacturing, microelectronics, optics, and aerospace. Contact: info@bfksolutions.com 105

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