Ever wonder whether solvent or aqueous cleaning impacts total costs by eliminating downtime and reducing rejects? Or if switching your cleaning process would be more effective? Wouldn't your job be easier if you could reduce cleaning complexity, cost and chemical consumption?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then tune in for the Great Cleaning debate. Watch the live action as two Hubbard-Hall cleaning experts go toe-to-toe on the advantages and disadvantages of solvent versus aqueous cleaning. “The Cleaning Lady,” Barbara Kanegsberg will moderate the battle and you have a chance to vote on the winner.
- Cleaners are inexpensive. Poor cleaning is a costly mistake.
- Reduce cleaning steps. Reduce rejects.
- Better results. Less chemistry.
- Process evaluation. Choice for every challenge.
Product Manager, Cleaners; Hubbard-Hall
Mike has over 25 years of experience in specialty chemical development and product management. He has been involved with the development and sales of specialty chemicals, detergents and cleaners, and metal finishing products.
SVP, Sales and Business Development; Hubbard-Hall
Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the marketing & sales of chlorinated, fluorinated and alternative solvents for various cleaning requirements.
President, PFK Solutions LLC
Barbara is a critical cleaning consultant who helps manufacturers design, verify, and improve productivity. She likes water, solvent, “non-chemical cleaning,” or not cleaning at all - it depends on the application.