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Three stations principle

Three stations principle

News 31.05.2018
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Mold plates for plastic caps before FISA cleaning

 

On studying an ultrasound seller's catalogue, one can typically buy an ultrasound tank to clean molds and tools in. But cleaning a mold often implies removing rust, lime scale or other residue.

So a simple tank is not enough, because of chemicals that must be rinsed off. To explain it in a slightly basic way, the process can be compared with washing hands.

To wash their hands, people use soap and then they must rinse them to get rid of the soap. This is why FISA machines generally follow the 'three stations principle': washing, rinsing, maintenance/drying.

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Mold plates for plastic caps after FISA cleaning

 

The first tank is for cleaning.

In the second tank, the cleaning product from the first tank is rinsed off and in the third tank the molds are maintained directly to avoid rust forming.

Then, there may be another station where hot air is blown to remove the moisture from every nook and cranny.

Thus there is a three-stage process which is very different to what ultrasound sellers offer in general, as they only provide one tank.

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