MecWash heads to NFPC Industry Open Day
MecWash Systems Ltd is heading to the 2019 NFPC Industry Open Day next week to highlight its global, class-leading parts cleaning and degreasing systems.
The Open Day, held on Wednesday 20 February, is a key event in the fluid power industry with companies and organisations associated with hydraulics, pneumatics, electronics, control and automation attending from throughout the UK and further afield.
“Companies involved in the fluid power industry are fully aware of the importance of component cleaning and the complexities involved in the process. For us it’s important to attend the NFPC event where we will meet existing customers and potential clients who want to learn more about the latest developments in our washing systems and processes,” says John Pattison, managing director at MecWash.
Based in Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, MecWash is one of the leading designers and manufacturers of aqueous parts cleaning and degreasing systems for metal and plastic engineering components.
MecWash’s systems are used globally by companies in the fluid power, aerospace, automotive, defence, general engineering and medical industries.
The NFPC is the UK’s leading training provider for integrated systems engineering. The exhibition and Open Day attract hundreds of delegates and will see more than 80 businesses attending and demonstrating their products as part of the event.
It is being held at the NFPC in Worksop, Nottinghamshire where the organisation has its headquarters and training facilities. It is the sixth year running that MecWash will be attending.
“In addition to meeting existing and potential customers, we’re looking forward to the discussions about developments within the fluid power industry. Our knowledge and experience of component cleaning and degreasing in this sector is a major benefit for any company involved in these industries,” adds John Pattison.
Established in 1993, MecWash Systems Ltd specialises in the design and manufacture of a complete range of aqueous parts cleaning and degreasing systems for metal and plastic engineering components. Its capabilities include laboratory analysis of complex component cleaning issues and specifying or developing specialist detergents, plus the ability to design special processes and parts washers for particularly difficult cleaning challenges.
MecWash parts washers are used in the aerospace, automotive, defence, general engineering and medical industries. It specialises in achieving high cleanliness standards for components with intricate geometries, difficult substrates or tenacious contaminants. Its parts washers support the full range of engineering processes, including machined castings, forgings, turned parts, pressings, extrusions and mouldings.