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Natoli Engineering Company, Inc.

phone +1 636 926 8900
email info@natoli.com
web http://www.natoli.com
email 28 Research Park Circle, Saint Charles, MO 63304, US

Why You Should Be Using Ultrasonic Cleaning

Clean punches and dies are essential to maintaining the integrity and efficiency of your tooling investment, as well as the quality of your product. Ultrasonic cleaning has long been considered the most effective, nondestructive way to clean tools – from medical instruments to tablet tooling. The Tableting Specification Manual (TSM) states, “An ultrasonic bath is ideal for cleaning tooling.” This high-tech cleaning process also saves time, reduces cost and is better for the environment.
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