Dürr Ecoclean presents the new EcoCCore at IMTS 2014 in Chicago

Solvent-based cleaning in a new dimension: Better cleaning results at reduced costs and reliable processes.


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Dürr Ecoclean will present the all-new EcoCCore system for solvent-based parts cleaning at the IMTS 2014 in Chicago.


Designed to use non-halogenated hydrocarbons or modified alcohols, the machine is equipped with innovative technology for optimized cleaning quality, reduced costs, improved process stability and significant energy savings.


Additionally the EcoCCore boasts high speed processes, superior ease of operation, less space demand and an award winning design.


Whether in machining or metal forming, aerospace technology, medical equipment manufacture or other industries – wherever grease/oil-free surfaces must be obtained, solvents are the part-cleaning medium of first choice. For these applications Dürr Ecoclean’s innovative EcoCCore sets new standards. It is designed for operations with non-halogenated hydrocarbons or modified alcohols under full vacuum conditions.


Equipped with state-of-the-art technology and characterized by an extensive standard equipment level including two flood tanks, heat recovery, and full-flow plus bypass filtration capabilities, the EcoCCore meets most demanding requirements in regard to cleaning quality, process reliability, cost and energy efficiency, high speed, availability, short delivery times and eco-compatibility.


A major step towards improved cleaning quality lies in the new preliminary vapor degreasing process. Here the oil-containing distillate is not passed into the flood tank as usual but is directed straight into the distilling system. This minimizes oil deposits in the flood tank and an undesirable contamination of the solvent with oil. The result is an enhanced degreasing performance that will be found particularly beneficial with parts to be coated or laser-welded after cleaning. In addition, the preliminary vapor degreasing step offers advantages under elevated oil input conditions or when a second flood tank is used for a preservation treatment.