Automatic Job Cleaning Machine
Vikas Dilip Wagh1, Aniket Pagar2, Valmik Navale3, Swapnil Rajole4
1Vikas Dilip Wagh, Nasik, Maharashtr, India.
2Aniket Pagar, Nasik, Maharashtr, India.
3Valmik Navale, Nasik, Maharashtr, India.
4Swapnil Rajole, Nasik, Maharashtr, India
Manuscript Received on May 02, 2015. | Revised Version Manuscript Received on June 04, 2015. | Manuscript published on June 20, 2015. | PP: 9-14 | Volume-3 Issue-7, June 2015. | Retrieval Number: G0637063715/2015©BEIESP
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Abstract: Material cleaning by general definition is to make free the material from contaminants that are adhered chemically, physical or mechanically to that material. Contaminants are soils or impurities either generated during the forming process of new surfaces or deposited foreign matter from surrounding environments on material. Contaminants adhered to the material under high mechanical pressure, or by products of chemical additives or chemical protective films are common in metal forming processes and are difficult to remove. The degree of required cleanliness can range from practical cleaning needed in in-process operations to precision or critical cleaning required prior to coating or final assembly.
Keywords: Adhered chemically, physical or mechanically, Contaminants, mechanical pressure, chemical additives or chemical protective.