PMTS/Parts Cleaning Conference

Start date: Aug 10, 2021
End date: Aug 12, 2021

Booth #: 8092

Bringing Cleaning to Machining
​The Parts Cleaning Conference is the place to stay up to date on the latest cleaning technology. As environmental limitations become more strict and manufacturers demand high quality clean parts, this series will detail how to make this happen, while staying within compliance and on budget.
While PMTS has moved to August, the event promises to springboard off the most successful event in its history in Cleveland in 2019. Presented by the Precision Machined Products Association, and co presented by Production Machining, Products Finishing, and Modern Machine Shop, Precision Machining Technology Show (PMTS) 2019 was the largest event in the show's 10 year history with:
  • 315 Exhibiting Companies
  • 7,014 Total Registrants
  • 80,600 Square Feet of Exhibit Space
PMTS 2021 will be the first opportunity for the metalworking industry to personally connect during a live event over 18 months! This industry thrives on personal connection, and seeing how the machining processes work in person.
Speaking Engagements:
  • Advances in Aqueous Cleaner Process Remediation; Mike Valenti & Ray Graffia - August 10th at 3PM What if you could reclaim 95% of your production line cleaner? This session covers the fundamentals of industrial aqueous cleaning, the basic components of an industrial aqueous cleaner and the roles of those components. It explains the economics that determine the optimal disposal point of a cleaner bath. It will discuss the production and quality risks associated with the traditional saturate, dump and dispose cleaner practice. Attendees will learn about technologies that extend the life of cleaners, including a cleaner/membrane technology that results in a 95% reclaim efficiency. The how, the cost savings, the quality improvements and the environmental benefits of the technology will be covered.
  • The Real Cost of Parts Cleaning; Mike Valenti - August 11th at 1:30PM Soils and contaminates are notoriously difficult to remove from drawn and formed metal parts. If not removed properly, they can cause downstream contamination, rework, downtime and customer rejects. But companies have different attitudes toward cleaning costs, risks and impact.

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Start Date: 2021-08-10

End Date: 2021-08-12


Booth Number: 8092

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