CLEANING TECHNOLOGYMade in Germany

Analysis Service
From analysis to a tailor made process design

In our laboratories (Germany, Australia, China, USA) we can obtain and memorize necessary data quickly and easily. Our research, expertise and the information which we receive from the close cooperation with our customers will be put together to a comprehensive service and assistance offer.

Optical inspection, spectro-photometrics, ionic contamination- / conductivity measurement  and chemical analysis are only a few of the services our facilities can perform. 

We analyse, interpret and optimize for you.

Exemplary applications:

Spectro-Photometrics
Chemical / detergent  analysis etc.
Waste water analysis of heavy metails  & CSB according to § 151 Ext. 40

Chemical / detergent analysis
e.g. determination of detergent efficiency in brix 

Ionic contamination
Cleanliness analysis / residual contamination

Optical inspection
Digital & manual process documentation
Ionic contamination / conductivity measurement

We design and program your individual process.

Based on these and other analyses and existing data, we can determine the optimal process design individually for each customer and write the software for the automated process accordingly. After the software has been implemented into the PLC of the respective kolb cleaning system, the entire process can be started permanently and reproducibly at the push of one button without further effort.

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June 14 - 15, 2023: The technology forum on sustain­abili­ty in electronics manufacturing

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Water efficiency is a must

Environmentally conscious handling and efficient use of water has always been an essential part on kolb's product development agenda.

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A re-connect after two years

After two years of Corona pandemic, the SMTconnect show finally took place again in Nuremberg from 10.05. - 12.05.2022.

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Save your energy!

The current situation is forcing us to look harder than ever for ways to use energy even more efficiently.

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