At The Janzen Wahl Group, cleaning processes are performed utilizing various methods, depending on the type and amount of contamination on the parts and the required level of cleanliness needed.  Parts requiring to meet the most stringent cleanliness criteria are cleaned in our environmentally controlled cleanrooms.  High purity solvents and solutions are synergized with various types of cleaning processes such as ultrasonics and jet spray to achieve the desired level of cleanliness.  These cleanliness levels cannot be obtained without a cleanroom and an experienced staff.

Cleanliness Verification

Cleanliness Verification

 
Experienced staff and precise controls

Experienced staff and precise controls

We Offer the Following Services: 

  • Aqueous Cleaning – water-based cleaning using additives such as detergents and surfactants, resulting in environmentally friendly methods of achieving the desired level of cleanliness
  • Solvent Cleaning – using solvents to achieve the desired level of cleanliness
  • Ultrasonic Cleaning – usually used along with detergents, this method uses the power of special frequencies of sonic energy (sound waves) to enhance particle and soil removal from a surface
  • High-Pressure Spray Cleaning – using the kinetic energy of a water jet to blast the particles and soils off of a surface. Most often used in conjunction with detergents or surfactants
  • Wipe Cleaning – using special lint and particle free wipes and swabs, often wetted with solvents or deionized water, to hand clean delicate surfaces that cannot withstand more aggressive cleaning methods
  • Flush Cleaning – uses flowing liquids at turbulent velocity through the interior of tubes, pipes, and other internal pathways to flush the contaminants out of the hardware or component. Can be performed with Aqueous Cleaners or Solvents, depending on the material being cleaned and the desired result
  • Vacuum Bakeout – vacuum baking to volatilize hydrocarbon contaminants, remove hydrocarbon entrapped in pores, and for outgassing