The Dynisco PolyClean for Cleaning Your Polymer Tooling

A faster and safer way of cleaning a variety of small tooling, breaker plates and capillary dies is the Dynisco PolyClean system. The line offers immediate heating and burning off tough-to-clean polymers by using the liquid-like properties of Fluidized Temperature Bath (FTB), providing fast heat transfer to immersed tooling.

Fluidized Temperature Baths just require the proper ventilation and HEPA filtration system but don’t need chemicals or consumables to operate. They provide better temperature uniformity and stability uniformity than burn-out ovens and are safer than salt baths.

Additionally, the most important factor, they are budget friendly. The before and after photos show a part encrusted with PP. Using this system, the part was placed in a basket and then immersed in alumina oxide heated at 650°F for 60 minutes. 

Following this, the part was dusted off using shop air to remove any ash and then was delivered in ‘like-new’ condition back to the customer.

Before

Before. Image Credit: Dynisco

Im2After immersion for 60 minutes in Polyclean.

After immersion for 60 minutes in Polyclean. Image Credit: Dynisc

This information has been sourced, reviewed and adapted from materials provided by Dynisco.

For more information on this source, please visit Dynisco.

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