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Overcome the Challenges of Cleaning Aluminum
Cleaning aluminum is far different and more challenging (one might say more aggravating!) than cleaning stainless steel. Metal finishers worry about over-etching, difficult stains and damaging expensive aluminum. This webinar will cover the basic principles that make aluminum unique, cleaners that remove stubborn contaminants and case studies on how to reduce the cost, complexity, and chemical consumption of cleaning aluminum.

Special considerations when cleaning aluminum:
• How is the aluminum being used? Will a caustic soda based cleaner impact this?
• What’s the contaminant you are trying to remove?
• Is over-etched aluminum a concern?
• Have you thought about post-cleaning waste treatment?

Oct 26, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mike Valenti
Product Manager - Cleaners @Hubbard Hall
A graduate of the University of Georgia, Mike Valenti has over 25 years of experience in specialty chemical development and product management. He has been involved in the development and sales of specialty chemicals, detergents and cleaners, and metal finishing products. First with Milliken Chemical, and then with Hubbard-Hall, his experience has included recommending cleaners – both aqueous and solvent cleaning processes – non-ferrous surface preparation, equipment, and testing protocols for a wide range of the requirements for critical metal finishing operations.
Barbara & Ed Kanegsberg
Consultants in Critical Cleaning @BFK Solutions
The Cleaning Lady and the Rocket Scientist; Authors and Editors of the two-volume CRC Handbook for Critical Cleaning; Independent evaluations and recommendations integrating your cleaning processes into the broader manufacturing process for quality and reliability. Co-chairs of the Product Quality Cleaning Workshops; barbara@bfksolutions.com and ed@bfksolutions.com
Darren Williams
Leader of the Cleaning Research Group @Sam Houston State University
Professor of Physical Chemistry at Sam Houston State University; Leader of the Cleaning Research Group; Co-chair of the Product Quality Cleaning Workshops; Author of articles and book chapters on cleaning verification and cleaner formulation. Performs cleaning trials and formulates cleaning chemistries at the university for external clients. williams@shsu.edu