The ACM Journey

Posted by Chematic Formulated Detergents on Jan 12, 2018 4:28:34 PM

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Matching the right detergent with the right process, especially with products containing hard to clean ingredients, like titanium dioxide, starts with an Application Cleaning Methodology (ACM) study. Before we can help you minimize equipment downtime, maximize the use of your assets, improve employee safety and achieve a validated state, we perform a free and in-depth ACM study to pinpoint the appropriate formulated detergent and cleaning process for your specific residue and cleaning parameters.

Chematic_emailblasticon_datatolab.pngStep 1 COMPLETE THE ACM FORM

To achieve the best results we need to know relevant background information about your current cleaning process and your desired goals. Shortly after you complete our ACM FORM a Chematic Application Chemist will be assigned to your project and will guide you through the ACM journey. We utilize your unique product residue to developing optimal cleaning recommendations using our Chematic formulated detergents.

Chematic_emailblasticon_cleaningstudy.pngStep 2 SCIENCE-WITH-CLEANING

This is where the science happens! Our Chematic Application Chemists analyze your data and perform a comprehensive in-lab cleaning study. The ACM study provides a customized cleaning plan that incorporates the targeted formulated detergent with the correct cleaning process to maximize the use of assets.



From our lab to your production environment, we support the integration of the Chematic formulated detergents. We at Dober work side-by-side with you at your facility to optimize the cleaning process for your specific application.

Chematic_emailblasticon_AnalyticalTechPackage.pngStep 4 ANALYTICAL TECH TRANSFER PACKAGE & VALIDATION

Upon finalizing your ACM we produce a detailed Analytical Tech Transfer Package to provide you with the data you need to achieve validation of our Chematic detergent. This package details TOC and HPLC analytical methods, including ADE values for your detergent, in one presentable format.







Topics: Formulated Detergents