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John Huntingdon, managing director of industrial cleaning equipment supplier, Turbex, was delighted at the number of visitors to the company's stand at MACH 2018, which he said was at an all-time high.

He commented, "It was partly down to a five per cent increase in footfall this year and also due to the new location of the show in the Atrium at the Birmingham NEC, which resulted in a smoother flow of trade visitors through the halls during the course of each day. As a result, there was a considerable increase in the number of serious enquiries.”

Turbex used the exhibition to launch its ProLine 2 range of automated cleaning lines, intended for high levels of precision cleaning assisted by multi-frequency ultrasonics. Cycle times can be significantly shorter and there is the added advantage that dis-similar components and materials can be processed in the same tank.

Promoted also for the first time in the UK was targeted cleaning, rinsing and drying technology in a single-chamber machine. It works alongside a global spray-flood action coupled with highly controllable kinematics and rotatable ultrasonic transducers. The targeted / global tandem process is intended for efficient and reliable removal of swarf, oil and other contaminants from difficult-to-reach areas of components.

On show additionally were new Turbex multi-stage ACV front-loading, spray washing and rinsing machines, as well as a range of bench-top and floor-standing ultrasonic cleaning tanks that can be used stand-alone, as bench-mounted units, or as part of an integrated modular cleaning system.

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