Wash Bath Analysis Services
Wash Bath Analysis Profile
KYZEN’s Wash Bath Analysis Profile Kit assists you in collecting bath samples you can send to us for analysis. Once our lab receives your samples, the physical properties of the wash solution are measured and analyzed. The properties measured may include pH, bath concentration, and soil loading. Following the analysis, you receive a written report showing how the KYZEN chemistry in your wash sump changes with run time. Understanding the changes the bath goes through over its life cycle allows you to more optimally predict and schedule routine maintenance, saving you both time and money. Learn more.
Wash Bath Analysis Test
Using advanced analytical methods, KYZEN Wash Bath Analysis Testing maximizes the life of your wash bath and ultimately reduces the overall cost of your process. Due to the high variability of factors and levels involved within different wash processes, frequency (time) of the wash bath change must be matched to these factors and levels to accurately define the process window.
KYZEN recommends the following frequencies (time) for changing out the wash bath to be correlated with the estimated time to reach the critical soil loading level:
- Low wash chemistry concentration with high levels of parts being cleaned: This
condition matches up with the BLN condition and the wash should be changed on a frequent basis. The most like time is days or weeks for change outs.
- Medium wash chemistry concentration with high levels of parts being cleaned: This condition matches up with the BLO condition and the wash bath change out frequency should be thought of in weeks and possibly months.
- High wash chemistry concentration with high levels of parts being cleaned: This condition matches up with the BLBC condition and the wash bath change out frequency should be thought of in months.
Understanding the composition of tenacious or unexpected residues helps our Sales Managers and Technical Services Engineers optimize our customer’s cleaning process. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is a tool the Analytical laboratory uses to understand the organic nature of unknown residues.