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Requirement of some cleaning processes

The advancement of electromobility technology presents new cleaning challenges. Currently, certain cleaning processes are required to occur during assembly. Particles introduced by, for instance, joining processes or purchased parts, which can cause functional issues, are one cause. Furthermore, the removal of particulate and nonvolatile residues from the ultra-thin materials of cathodes and anodes is necessary for bipolar plates. Additionally, the trend towards bonding necessitates improved thin-film and particulate cleanliness of bonding surfaces. Additionally, new lightweight construction, material, and manufacturing solutions necessitate modified cleaning procedures. This also applies to safety system components like steering, brakes, and ABS.

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For the efficient cleaning of components, such as gears, brakes, and steering systems, we offer a vast selection of solvent-based and water-based cleaning systems. Using our surface treatment solutions, for instance, brake discs can be activated prior to coating to prevent corrosion and reduce particulate emissions, and chassis weld seams can be cleaned effectively and efficiently. Depending on the requirements and applications of vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, a number of wet and dry cleaning processes are available, some of which can be combined within a single system.

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Thanks to our many years of experience, our early involvement in e-mobility, and our many successfully completed projects for OEMs and suppliers around the world, we have the comprehensive technological know-how to solve the vast array of tasks in the automotive and supplier industries in a demand-driven, sustainable, and cost-effective manner. In conjunction with our fully-equipped technology centres, we can conduct cleaning trials for the e-mobility industry on originally soiled components under near-series conditions to solve any cleaning challenge. On the basis of the respective material, component geometry, type of soiling, cleanliness, and throughput requirements, we develop and automate technically and economically optimised flexible cleaning solutions.

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