12/11/2019

Webinar Discusses Reducing Cleaning Costs by 35%

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Webinar explains the economics that determine the optimal disposal point of a cleaner bath.

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Products Finishing will present a webinar on Jan. 28 that covers the fundamentals of industrial cleaning, basic components of an industrial cleaner and roles of those components.

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Mike Valenti, Hubbard-Hall’s product manager for cleaner and nonferrous surface preparation.

Mike Valenti, product manager for cleaner and nonferrous surface preparation at Hubbard-Hall, will be the presenter of the webinar, which explains the economics that determine the optimal disposal point of a cleaner bath. Additionally, it will cover the production and quality risks associated with the traditional saturate, dump and dispose cleaner practice.

Primary topics of the webinar include:

  • Understanding the economics of industrial cleaning.
  • Learning how to reclaim 95% of the cleaner you currently dispose and calculate cost savings.
  • Discovering quality and environmental improvements with cleaner recycling.

Valenti has over 25 years of experience in specialty chemical development and product management. Developing and troubleshooting metal finishing and surface treatment processes is where he gained the most valuable insights. His experience at Hubbard-Hall has included recommending cleaners, both aqueous and solvent cleaning processes, nonferrous surface preparation, equipment and testing protocols for a wide range of requirements for critical metal finishing operations.

Visit the event page HERE

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