Virtual customer day at UCM on 29 September 2020 Trends, information and the latest process technology for precision cleaning
Aug 27, 2020

Rheineck/Monschau. In times of contact restrictions, travel constraints and trade fair cancellations, the virtual customer day held by the Swiss company UCM AG offers customers and interested parties a safe way of keeping up to date with the latest developments in the field of precision and ultrafine cleaning. Presentations in German and English will inform about current trends and demands, as well as about solutions and innovative processes for meeting the requirements set by many industries for ever- cleaner parts. The innovative UCMSmartLine, which can be individually configured from standard modules, will also be showcased for the first time at the digital exhibition booth on 29 September 2020.

Companies from sectors such as the medical engineering, optics, automotive and supplier industries, precision engineering and microtechnology, the jewelry, watchmaking and coating industries, and also high-purity processing, are confronted with ever-increasing cleanliness requirements related to particulate and film-type/chemical contamination. Solutions to these issues are often discussed during a visit to a trade fair, but that is not possible this year. In order to inform customers, users and other interested parties on a larger scale and to answer questions, the Swiss company UCM AG - a division of the SBS Ecoclean Group specializing in precision and ultrafine cleaning - is staging a unique digital customer day with a virtual exhibition booth.

World premiere of the highly-adaptable, modular UCMSmartLine One of the program highlights of the online event on 29 September 2020 will be the first-time presentation of the novel smart solution for efficient precision and fine cleaning, UCMSmartLine. The innovative and cost- efficient ultrasonic cleaning series is based on standardized modules, including not only integrated electrical and control technologies for the process steps of cleaning, rinsing, drying, loading and unloading but also a versatile transport system. The modules are used to configure customized systems for pre-cleaning, intermediate and final cleaning, and can be adapted to changing requirements and market conditions at any time.

Recognizing trends and providing optimal solutions The presentations with subsequent Q&A rounds also address the different and growing demands of the various branches of industry. They will be held in German and English with a time delay. Topics include “Customized solutions for precision cleaning”, “UCMSmartLine - modular solutions for ultrafine cleaning”, “Solvent-based processes for ultrafine cleaning” and “Innovative processes for highest cleanliness requirements”.

The customer day is free of charge. The virtual exhibition booth can still be visited after the online event. Access to the customer day and exhibition booth is available to participants via customer-day/.

UCM AG, 9424 Rheineck, Switzerland, phone +41 71 88667-60,,

Photo: UCM_KeyVisual Kundentag

Trends, information, efficient solutions and the innovative and highly-adaptable UCMSmartLine for efficient precision and ultrafine cleaning are the focus of the first virtual customer day.
Photo source: UCM AG

About SBS Ecoclean Group
The SBS Ecoclean Group develops, produces and markets forward-looking machinery, systems and services for industrial part cleaning and surface treatment applications. Its globally leading solutions help companies around the world in conducting efficient and sustainable manufacturing to high quality standards. The client base comes from the automotive industry and its suppliers in addition to a broad range of market sectors ranging from medical equipment, micro technology and precision devices through mechanical and optical engineering to power systems and aircraft industry. Ecoclean's success is based on innovation, cutting-edge technology, sustainability, closeness to the customer, diversity and respect. The Group employs a workforce of over 900 at its 12 sites in nine countries worldwide.