Cleaning Polymer Tooling with the Dynisco PolyClean

The Dynisco PolyClean system offers a rapid, safe means of cleaning breaker plates, capillary dies and a wide range of small tooling. 

The liquid-like properties of Dynisco’s portfolio of Fluidized Temperature Baths (FTB) ensure fast heat transfer to immersed tooling, as well as immediate heating and burning off polymers which have historically been challenging to clean.

Fluidized Temperature Baths’ standard operation does not require the use of chemicals or consumables – they simply require appropriate ventilation and a HEPA filtration system.

Fluidized Temperature Baths demonstrate enhanced safety versus salt baths while also offering improved temperature stability and uniformity compared to burn-out ovens. Most crucially, they offer a cost-effective cleaning solution. 

The images below feature before and after photos of a part that was encrusted with PP.

This part was inserted into in a basket before being immersed in alumina oxide heated at 650 °F for 60 minutes. Following this process, the part was dusted off with shop air in order to remove any ash.

The part was then delivered back to the customer in a ‘like-new’ condition.


Cleaning Polymer Tooling with the Dynisco PolyClean


Cleaning Polymer Tooling with the Dynisco PolyClean

Image Credit: Dynisco


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