With the example of the spray-flood cleaning machine Mafac Java with dual-wash technology and the spray cleaning machine Mafac Elba with single-wash technology, the company will be exhibiting all the resource-saving process and machine features of its product range. These include, for example, the patented process of kinematic cleaning and drying, the full thermal insulation and noise insulation of the machines, and the possibility of heating the cleaning baths using the heat exchanger module Heat.X. The deployment all these options is claimed to achieve savings of up to 83 percent, as reportedly evidenced by scientific tests within the scope of the ETA research project carried out by the Darmstadt Technical University.
Energy efficiency in aqueous parts cleaning
Environmental protection and energy saving have been top themes in the industry for years, Mafac insists. At EMO Hannover 2017, the company will therefore be focusing on the resource-conserving operation of aqueous partial cleaning.