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Drying Parts


I would like recommendations for drying parts at the end of our passivation line. Currently medical implant parts are processed through a degreaser in a sterile room for additional cleaning and drying.

I would like to eliminate degreasing. Some parts have have holes in them and some are long (hollow nails) up to 24 inches. The drying process must be performed under conditions that would prevent particle contamination (e.g using HEPA filtration...). I would also like names of companies/persons that could help me with this. Any and all advice would be appreciated. TJ Leech

Thomas J Leech, III
- Memphis, Tennessee


Please visit or for many choices on getting help with this conversion. A literature search may disclose that ultrasonic cleaning and some sort of blow dryer may be the answer. Regards, Tom

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Tom Pullizzi
Falls Township, Pennsylvania

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