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System solutions for highest cleanliness requirements! Durr Ecoclean supplies the automotive industry and their suppliers, as well as a wide range of worldwide industrial markets with modern, responsive cleaning technology.


Dürr Ecoclean GmbH


Durr Ecoclean customized cleaning systems for all industries


Growing demands for the quality of components require more complex solutions from industrial parts cleaning. Worldwide, Durr Ecoclean supplies innovative standard systems and individual cleaning systems customized for the purity requirements of different sectors such as the automotive and supplier industry, aerospace, medical and laboratory technology, food industry, electrical and electronic industry as well as the broader industrial market.


Durr Ecoclean covers the full range of wet chemical cleaning technology. Whether with aqueous cleaners, environmentally friendly hydrocarbons and modified alc- ohols, chlorinated hydrocarbons or polar solvents. The result is reliable cleaning of contamination of any kind.


Optimally adapted process technology is another com- ponent for efficient and tailored cleaning solutions –


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DYNACLEAN will opti- mise, organise and support your sprayed waste containment processes whilst ensuring sprayed product quality, reduced overall operational costs and compliance with current Health & Safety & Environmental legislation.


whether small or large component parts made of metal, plastic, glass or ceramic, with a low or high throughput, are to be cleaned. By combining different methods, practi- cally any degree of purity can be demanded for solutions. This way you will always achieve optimum results.


Durr Ecoclean industrial cleaning technology – for challenging cleaning applications!


Durr Ecoclean Cleaning and Filtration Systems Broxell Close Warwick


Warwickshire CV34 5QF ENGLAND


Telephone: +44 (0) 1926 474080 Email: info.uk@ecoclean.durr.com www.durr-ecoclean.com


Dynaclean Spraybooths Limited


DYNACLEAN Spraybooths Ltd offers a bespoke and comprehensive service in over spray waste control, process management and environmental controls covering equipment specification, installation and operation.


The DYNACLEAN range of products and services was originated in the 1970s by the ITW DeVILBISS Group. After acquisition in 1997 DYNACLEAN has continued the product and system development to comprehensively meet current sprayed waste process, productivity, energy reduction, operational safety and international environ- mental legislation requirements.


The DYNACLEAN equipment is versatile and suitable for most spraying applications including water / solvent based paints, lacquers, adhesives and non-destructive- testing (NDT) penetrant / developers.


DYNACLEAN products and services are currently used in critical product processes and finishing applications by internationally recognised brand name product manufac-


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Plasma and corona surface treatment equipment supplier for enhancing the adhesion quality of paints, printing inks & adhesives to various substrates, improving surface wetting and getting metals super clean.


Dyne Technology Limited


Dyne Technology solves the problems of adhesion for manufacturing industry throughout the UK and Ireland using atmospheric plasma, vacuum plasma and corona surface treatment equipment. If your problem is getting a good adhesive bond to plastics or metals; getting printing ink to adhere; getting metals super clean; getting liquids to wet surfaces or measuring surface properties then the team at Dyne Technology want to help you.


Plasma Cleaning can replace environmentally damaging chemicals such as chlorinated hydrocarbons (trichloroethylene). Plasma is ideal for the surface cleaning of metal pressings/ fabrications before bonding, sealing, painting and the removal of organic residues from surfaces prior to bonding, sealing, painting, soldering or wire bonding on a variety of metals or the removal of oxidation from plastics, rubbers and elastomers.


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Lichfield based Dyne Technology work with manu- facturers in the UK and Ireland within the automotive, aerospace, motor sport, marine, navel and electronics /electrical industries to name but a few. Dyne Technology work closely with customers to find the right solution for the problem brought to them, offering a fully equipped testing laboratory at their UK site.


Newton House 5 Parkside Court Greenhough Road Lichfield


Staffordshire WS13 7FE


Telephone: +44 (0)1543 411460 Email: sales@dynetechnology.co.uk www.dynetechnology.co.uk


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turers and service supply companies in the automotive, aerospace, construction, electronic, energy supply, marine, medical, ministry of defence, rail and general industrial markets.


DYNACLEAN also offers system after sales support with in-process chemical supply, equipment maintenance and service, operational audit and inspection to ensure compliance with Health & Safety and Environmental Legislation and commercial insurance requirements.


DYNACLEAN Spraybooths Limited 30 Holton Road, Holton Heath Trading Park Poole, Dorset BH16 6LT


Telephone: +44 (0) 1202 621122 Email: sales@dynaclean.co.uk www.dynaclean.co.uk


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