Heating engine parts has been employed in the automotive machine shop industry for at least 25 years, and it is expected to continue to grow. This procedure involves loading the pieces into a big oven and baking them at a temperature of around 500 degrees. This essentially burns away all of the oil, grease, carbon, old paint, and other contaminants.
Thermal cleaning is a multi-step procedure that includes both pyrolysis and oxidation. Industrial thermal cleaning is used to remove organic material from parts, goods, or production components such as extruder screws, spinnerets, and static mixers. These organic substances include polymers and plastics, as well as coatings and coating removal agents.
What is the purpose of a engine cleaning?
- It is important to clean the components again after the initial cleaning in order to remove any accumulated dirt, grease, carbon, or corrosion.
- The second cleaning is required to remove any cutting lubricants, metal chips, and/or grinding or honing debris from the parts after the first cleaning.
- The final cleaning is very critical since anything that does not get rinsed away might end up within the engine, which can cause serious damage.
What are the three E’s of engine cleaning?
Whether it’s little components like fittings and fasteners, larger parts like connecting rods and pistons, or even larger parts like cylinder heads and engine blocks, cleaning engine parts is becoming more and more dependent on the three E’s: economy, efficiency, and environmental awareness.