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INDUSTRIAL PART OF CLEANING METHODS

CLEANING METHODS 

Cleaning is broadly achieved through mechanical action and/or solvent action; many methods rely on both processes.

  • Washing, usually done with water and often some kind of soap or detergent
    • Pressure washing, using a high-pressure stream of water
  • Abrasive blasting, typically used to remove bulk material from a surface, may be used to remove contaminants as well
  • Acoustic cleaning, the use of sound waves to shake particulates loose from surfaces
    • Ultrasonic cleaning, using ultrasound, usually from 20–400 kHz
    • Megasonic cleaning, a gentler mechanism than ultrasonic cleaning, used in wafer, medical implant, and industrial part cleaning
  • Carbon dioxide cleaning, a family of methods for parts cleaning and sterilization using carbon dioxide in its various phases
  • Dry cleaning of clothing and textiles, using a chemical solvent other than water
  • Flame cleaning of structural steel with an oxyacetylene flame
  • Green cleaning, using environmentally friendly methods and products
  • Plasma cleaning, using energetic plasma or dielectric barrier discharge plasma created from various gases
  • Sputter cleaning, performed in a vacuum by using physical sputtering of the surface
  • Steam cleaning, in both domestic and industrial contexts
  • Thermal cleaning, in industrial settings, involving pyrolysis and oxidation
  • Wet cleaning, methods of professional laundering that avoid the use of chemical solvents

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