The contaminated layer or cover layer formed by the physical, chemical or biological effects of the surface of the object is called dirt, and the process of removing these contaminants or covering layers to restore the original surface condition is called cleaning. Cleaning can be divided into civil cleaning and industrial cleaning according to the different cleaning range. The cleaning involved in industrial production belongs to the category of industrial cleaning.
In the fields of petroleum, chemical, steel, electric power, etc., in the process of manufacturing, transportation, storage, installation and production of new equipment and pipes, oil, welding slag and various oxides are inevitably generated. Polymers, scales, deposits, rust corrosion, etc. are also produced. If the cleaning is not carried out before the operation of the device or after one or two years of operation, the materials in the equipment will be denatured, the process will be damaged, the quality of the product will be affected, the laser cleaning machine will be retailed, and some equipment and pipelines will be ineffective, increasing energy consumption and reducing Efficiency, serious will also interrupt the process blockage, the device is forced to stop production, and even major safety accidents such as leakage and b-explosion may occur.
Industrial cleaning product classification
(1) Classification by fineness requirements
Industrial cleaning is divided into general industrial cleaning, precision industrial cleaning, and ultra-precision industrial cleaning according to the different requirements of fineness. General industrial cleaning, including the cleaning of vehicles, ships and aircraft surfaces, can only remove relatively large dirt; precision industrial cleaning includes cleaning in various product processing, cleaning of various materials and equipment surfaces, etc., in order to remove tiny dirt. Particles are characterized; ultra-precision industrial finishing includes ultra-precision cleaning of mechanical parts, electronic components, optical components, etc. in precision industrial production processes, in order to eliminate extremely small dirt particles.
(2) Classification by cleaning method
Industrial cleaning is divided into physical cleaning and chemical cleaning according to different cleaning methods. Physical cleaning is the use of the principles of mechanics, acoustics, optics, electricity, and thermal, relying on the effects of external energy, such as mechanical friction, ultrasonic, negative pressure, high pressure, shock, ultraviolet,