Published: 01 January 1962
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There are a variety of cycles that can be used in vapor degreasing. To select the proper cycle for a specific cleaning application, consideration should be given to the nature and number of parts, type of soil, the method of handling the parts, and any physical limitations such as floor space, ceiling height, etc. Following is a discussion of the advantages and limitations of the most commonly used cycles. It is to be noted that in all cases the cycles are arranged so that a final vapor rinse is obtained.