Low temperature cleaning

Published:  04 October, 2018

Thanks to state-of-the-art LED technology, lighting systems are becoming increasingly efficient and sustainable and companies such as SITECO are ensuring lighting casings play their part too. HENKEL says its low-temperature cleaning developments have allowed SITECO, to save around a third of the energy used in coating these components.

In its production area, new lighting casings are pre-treated and painted, LED modules pre-assembled, and entire ready-for-sale lights are made to order from individual parts and modules. The process includes cleaning, conversion coating and powder coating and the plant is set-up for 24-hour operation, five days a week. Steel, aluminium and a wide variety of metals are SITECO’s materials of manufacture and the ability to process multiple metals is essential as its products are used in all environments.

w: www.henkel.com

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