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Introduction to industrial cleaning technology

  • Joe Harrington
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Abstract

Cleaning has been part of manufacturing processes for centuries, industries, such as textile, woollen mills and breweries, have traditionally used water for washing purposes.

Keywords

Steam Drive High Pressure Water High Pressure Pump Spray Pump Hydrodynamic Impact 
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References

  1. (1).
    Tees Cottage Pumping Station Preservation Society — Broken Scar. Darlington. EnglandGoogle Scholar
  2. (2).
    Food Machinery Corporation (FMC) Chicago USA.Google Scholar
  3. Acknowledgements for the use of information from `Growing Orbit’. The story of the FMC Corporation.Google Scholar
  4. (3).
    BHR Group. The Fluid Engineering Centre. Cranfield. Bedfordshire. England. MK43 DAJ. Tel: (01234) 750422Google Scholar
  5. (4).
    Waterjet Technology Association. 917 Locust St. — Suite 1100 St. Louis. MO 63101–1419. USA. Tel: (314) 241–1445Google Scholar
  6. (5).
    The Water Jetting Association. 17 St. Judith’s Lane. Sawtry. Huntingdon. Cambridgeshire. PE17 5XE. England. Tel: (01487) 834034Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2001

Authors and Affiliations

  • Joe Harrington
    • 1
  1. 1.PCTDurhamUK

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