MicroCare (New Britain, Conn.) has created a dedicated webpage to introduce its critical cleaning lab services.
Part of a website update, the new page highlights what MicroCare describes as unique service that analyze specific critical cleaning applications for electronics, industrial parts and medical devices.
MicroCare relies on its research and development to provide customers with both off-the-shelf products and customized cleaning fluids tailored to meet specific needs.
“Through the advanced lab services our chemists and technical representatives develop tailored formulas and processes to suit individual critical cleaning applications,” Elizabeth Norwood, MicroCare’s senior chemist, said in a news release.
“The critical cleaning lab provides a service to help customers clean better, faster, more safely and more economically. The website is our window to the world, and the new webpage is the perfect platform in which to highlight this service,” said Guylaine Guerette, MicroCare’s senior marketing manager.