Better Cleaning Efficiency
The most difficult areas to clean in a degreasing machine is between areas where parts are touching. Parts that are nested or coined can retain oils and contaminants even when sprayed or rotated. During vacuum vapor degreasing, vapor is condensing between the touching surfaces since air is not restricting the vapor from entering these areas. Rather than heat the part on the outside and depend on condensed liquid removing contaminant in the middle of nested parts, let vapor evenly disperse in a vacuum and condense liquid on the target surface.
When tough nested parts need extra cleaning power, ask us about are multiple vapor degreasing cycle systems. If soak is needed, checkout our VCN Solvent process.