We here at CityJanInc.com are experts at commercial janitorial cleaning services, but somehow have yet to get into commercial janitorial hi-tech cleaning, like cleaning silicon wafers. Apparently it is a big problem and argon/nitrogen crogenic cleaning is the way to go.
In fact, this whole article reads like pure poetry – check out this excerpt:
“The associated Joule-Thomson cooling condenses and solidifies microscopic argon particles in the free jet. Argon liquefaction first occurs in the cryogenic cooler, then argon droplets are formed through subsequent atomization in the nozzle.”
Well you know, we are SUPER good at cleaning offices, including stuff like tile floor stripping and waxing and carpet cleaning too, but you know it would be good to start kind-of dropping phrases here and there while vacuuming an office, stuff like:
Be sure and get that argon liquefaction – saw some on the floor around the corner, ok?
Or if we’re cleaning the corporate kitchen area we can start referring to the refrigerator as the “cryogenic cooler.”
Because, you know, when we use a spray bottle to disinfect a surface, everyone knows that it works because of the “subsequent atomization in the nozzle.” Yeah, baby yeah. Got that subsequent atomization in the nozzle goin’ on, because that’s actually how spray bottles work.
And just to keep up with things, let’s quote the article a little bit more: “The associated Joule-Thomson cooling condenses and solidifies microscopic argon particles in the free jet.”
That’s exactly right.
This makes me feel better – see I guess we really are halfway in the commercial janitorial hi-tech cleaning industry.
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