Effective, resource-saving parts cleaning is the focus at Mafac at the upcoming AMB in Stuttgart. In Hall 5, Booth 5A73, the manufacturer of aqueous parts cleaning systems will present its Mafac Continuo automatic transfer system and the new Mafac Vacuum Activated Purification (VAP) technology.
“The demands placed on parts cleaning are growing continuously. The ongoing miniaturization and increasing complexity of components continue to be among the most significant challenges. Due to rising material and energy costs, manufacturing companies also need cleaning machines that can be used flexibly, clean effectively and have smart access options to increase productivity. At AMB, we will be presenting our visitors with technologies that enable economical, standardized, intelligent and at the same time resource-saving parts cleaning,” explains Peter Ruoff, Head of Marketing and Sales.
The service point of the Mafac booth is dedicated to the topics of external access, fast fault diagnosis and individual compilation of required spare parts. Using the live presentation of different control packages or functions for remote maintenance and digitization, visitors can learn about the possibilities and their benefits on site using a Mafac Java as an example.
For tight production areas, Mafac once again demonstrates the advantages of the compact design of its machines with the modular Mafac Continuo transfer system. Mafac Continuo allows flexible integration of cleaning into linked or tight production environments and ensures optimized utilization of the cleaning machine in case of high parts volume. The system allows operation with up to five baskets or workpiece carriers and can be combined with all Mafac machines except the Mafac Pura.
The Vacuum Activated Purification (VAP) process was introduced for effective cleaning of capillary structures. Selectively applied alternating pressure intensifies the cleaning effect of spray or deluge cleaning, so that even deep boreholes with small cross-sections can be cleaned reliably and economically. The VAP technology is designed for the Mafac Java, Palma and Malta machine models.
MAFAC is one of the leading manufacturers in aqueous parts cleaning. The company offers a wide range of compact series machines that can meet a variety of cleaning requirements, depending on customer needs, such as in the automotive and aerospace industries, mechanical engineering, metal-cutting manufacturing, hydraulic and medical technology, and the electrical industry. All machines are developed and produced at the Alpirsbach site in the Black Forest by over 100 employees. MAFAC was founded in 1968, has been engaged in industrial component cleaning since 1974 and specialized in this field in 1990. The patented cleaning process of counter-rotation and co-rotation of the spray and basket pick-up systems sets standards in terms of cleanliness and efficiency. The company is active worldwide with a network of technical sales agencies and its own subsidiary in France.