ACT on Your Cleaning Process

There is no question that a direct correlation occurs between finishing and coating defects and the improper utilization of parts cleaning and pretreatment practices.

As a leader in cleaning chemistries and technologies, we see first-hand the impact of cleaning at OEMs and job shops. Based on hundreds of observations by Hubbard-Hall’s experts, there are numerous ways to improve a shop’s cleaning process, reduce defects, and improve product quality.

More importantly, making these improvements does not always come with additional costs and expenses; in fact, a thorough examination by the team from Hubbard-Hall often identifies areas
where improvements will actually save a shop money by eliminating needless steps or improving the quality of the cleaning process.

Hubbard-Hall experts suggest three initial steps – that we’ll call ACT – that every shop should take to
improve their cleaning process, reduce rejects and rework, and save money in the process.

A – Audit your cleaning needs
C – Calculate your total cost of cleaning
T – Team up with an expert

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March 8, 2021

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Through a straightforward and disciplined process, OEMs and job shops can find ways to improve cleaning processes, reduce defect rate and improve overall product quality. In doing so they stand to gain efficiencies like reducing cleaning steps, reducing rework
requirements and saving money.

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There is no question that a direct correlation occurs between finishing and coating defects and the improper utilization of parts cleaning and pretreatment practices.

As a leader in cleaning chemistries and technologies, we see first-hand the impact of cleaning at OEMs and job shops. Based on hundreds of observations by Hubbard-Hall’s experts, there are numerous ways to improve a shop’s cleaning process, reduce defects, and improve product quality.

More importantly, making these improvements does not always come with additional costs and expenses; in fact, a thorough examination by the team from Hubbard-Hall often identifies areas
where improvements will actually save a shop money by eliminating needless steps or improving the quality of the cleaning process.

Hubbard-Hall experts suggest three initial steps – that we’ll call ACT – that every shop should take to
improve their cleaning process, reduce rejects and rework, and save money in the process.

A – Audit your cleaning needs
C – Calculate your total cost of cleaning
T – Team up with an expert

Read more.

March 8, 2021