MicroCare Highlights Critical Cleaning Lab Services
MicroCare has created a dedicated webpage to introduce the company’s state-of-the-art Critical Cleaning Lab services. As a part of a fresh new website update, the page highlights the company’s unique service which analyzes specific critical cleaning applications for electronics, industrial parts and medical devices.
Developing custom critical cleaning solutions for industries that demand perfectly clean products is important. To achieve this, MicroCare invests in pioneering research and development to provide customers with both off-the-shelf products and customized cleaning fluids tailored to meet their specific needs.
“Through the advanced lab services our chemists and technical representatives develop tailored formulas and processes to suit individual critical cleaning applications,” explained Elizabeth Norwood, MicroCare Senior Chemist.
“The Critical Cleaning Lab provides a service to help customers clean better, faster, more safely and more economically. The website is our window to the world, and the new webpage is the perfect platform in which to highlight this service,” commented Guylaine Guerette, MicroCare Senior Marketing Manager.
“It is important to consistently review cleaning processes. If a contaminant has changed, or standards have evolved with old-style solvents being eliminated due to a regulatory transformation, then our Critical Cleaning Lab can offer the best advice and solution to any cleaning application”, added Norwood.
“The new webpage explains exactly how we can help businesses in this process to make a smooth, seamless transition,” said Guerette.
MicroCare’s Critical Cleaning Lab service helps customers to select the right cleaning fluid and process. First, a comprehensive audit will be conducted of the current cleaning process. This is followed by discernment of applicable chemistries and procedures to be evaluated with the components.
The team of expert chemists and technical representatives then recommend the best cleaning fluid and process improvements to achieve the lowest cost-per-part-cleaned. Before any changes are implemented, pilot tests may be run at a client’s facility using on-site solvents, equipment and staff. The last part of service is to provide ongoing support as part of MicroCare product stewardship to ensure the recommended cleaning process remains robust, stable, safe and cost-effective.
Learn more about the Critical Cleaning Lab at www.microcare.com/CCL