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    Aqueous Cleaning

    New aqueous cleaning methods have refined industrial cleaning and provide effective, environmentally-friendly results. Water is the most common cleaning fluid and, invariably, systems using aqueous-based solutions are safe to handle, have low operating costs, and are effective over a wide range of applications. In addition to being environmentally friendly, there are a number of other benefits to utilizing a water based system. These include factors like:

    • Thousands of chemistry choices (we can help with that)
    • Effective on a wide variety of soils
    • Low to no Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) content
    • Compatible with most materials of construction
    • Low operating costs

    If you're thinking about a water-based process, think Branson, a leader since 1952.


    Selecting a cleaning system
    A number of factors must be considered when deriving the optimum cleaning process. These factors can be weighted very differently depending on the specific application under consideration. 

    Early in the process decisions must be made regarding the level of cleanliness required. Clearly this is not the same for plumbing fittings and semiconductors and can have a dramatic impact on cost. Once this has been determined, process design must be sorted out.


    Following are a number of factors that should be considered:

    • Type of soil being removed
    • Aqueous process or solvent process
    • Materials of construction for the parts being cleaned
    • Part size and production volume
    • Part fixturing and handling through the process
    • Process control needs
    • SPC or data logging needs


    From CH Tanks to the top of the line Benchmark™ and OMNI 2000™ systems, Branson has you covered.


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