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Cleaning of drawing dies

Ultrasonic cleaner for cleaning drawing dies.

During the drawing process, oils and greases are deposited on drawing dies. In addition, dust and metal particles form stable encrustations that adhere to the finest channels and structures of the drawing dies or drawing holes.

High-performance ultrasound is used to clean the drawing dies intensively and gently. With the alkaline cleaner TICKOPUR R 60, oil incrustations can be effectively cleaned off and aluminium chips dissolved.

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Ultrasound cleaning

Temperature: 60 °C

Duration: 15-30 mins

Cleaning preparation:


Concentration: 10 %

Products recommended for this application

Especially for the ultrasonic cleaning of drawing dies in wire production, the company BANDELIN offers all necessary products for the simple and reliable cleaning of the soiled components. For gentle and environmentally friendly cleaning of the drawing dies, you need a SONOREX TECHNIK RM 40 UH ultrasonic bath as well as the biodegradable cleaning concentrate TICKOPUR R 60. The basket matching the ultrasonic bath enables safe positioning of the drawing dies and easy removal after ultrasonic cleaning.

The ultrasound creates microscopically small bubbles which, when they implode, gently remove the dirt even from hard-to-reach places on the cutting tools. After rinsing, drying and installation of the cleaned cutting blades etc., they function reliably again. The service life is considerably extended by this gentle cleaning method, time and costs are saved. Ultrasonic baths in various sizes as well as extensive accessories are available for the other cutter sizes.

Example application in the video

We have put together an overview of sample cleanings for you to carry out an optimal US cleaning.

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More tips & info

Further practical tips and assistance for our ultrasonic baths and their use can be found in our Knowledge Base under Practical Tips. Of course, you are also welcome to contact us if you have any questions regarding the devices or their use.

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