Dirt and technical facilities are not compatible. Leadec has been cleaning industrial facilities for nearly 60 years now – especially paint shops. That’s why we know exactly what care today’s machines and systems need. Because experience pays off.
Metal dust, paint particles, or lubricants: There are many different contaminants lurking in production that can seriously disrupt operations. The grain of dust on the layer of paint, the tool that no longer supplies the required performance, or the cloudy cooling lubricant that no longer fulfills its actual task. For facilities to function reliably for many years, they not only have to be regularly maintained but also have to be cleaned.
Gentle – even on the environment
The advantage of customized cleaning concepts, which we at Leadec fine-tune for each customer and each production line, lies in the low downtimes. Our teams often clean at night, after the end of the shift, or on the weekend. Fast, reliable, and transparent. In this way, we ensure that production targets and the necessary cleaning cycles go hand in hand. And when it comes to the cleaning method, the cleaning teams use approaches that are gentle on the material and powerful at the same time. Whether it’s using dry ice or ultrahigh-pressure water jet cleaning for especially persistent residues.
In the selection of the cleaning agents, we draw on environmentally compatible substances without compromising the cleanliness, for example, of paint lines, switchgear enclosures, or sensitive equipment. Leadec thus provides a building block for greater sustainability in modern manufacturing.