Aqueous Cleaning as an Alternative to CFC and Chlorinated Solvent-Based CleaningBy
- Carl D. D'Ruiz
This book discusses the technical feasibility of aqueous cleaning as a substitute for chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) and chlorinated solvent cleaning in the metal and electronics industries, and, further, assesses the market prospects for this technology based on its performance characteristics and current trends in environmental regulation.
Metal and electronics industry.
Hardbound, 126 Pages
Published: December 1991
Imprint: William Andrew
- Regulatory Developments Affecting CFCs and ChlorosolventsChlorinated Solvent CleaningAqueous CleaningAqueous Cleaning as an Alternative Process to Solvent-Based CleaningAppendix A: Survey InstrumentsAppendix B: Survey FindingsAppendix C: Estimates of Aqueous Cleaning Market OpportunitiesAppendix D: Wastewater Treatment Technologies