“Cleaning Industriale is a company with an illustrious past, boasting over 40 years of experience in the automotive industry. We have solidified our position as a Tier 1 supplier for the prestigious Stellantis Group, with a direct supply code for both divisions, FCA and PSA. Furthermore, we have a strong presence as Tier 2 suppliers to a wide range of renowned automotive brands globally, ranging from compact and luxury vehicle manufacturers to commercial vehicle and earth-moving machinery producers.
We are distinguished by our excellence in precision cutting, high-quality adhesives, and a wide range of soundproofing, anti-vibration materials, and gaskets, all manufactured to the strictest quality standards. Our dedication to innovation and quality has earned us the trust of key players in the automotive industry, contributing to the success of their products.”
Our production specializes in precision cutting processes (both total and kiss-cutting) of bituminous materials, foams, PVC, and silicones. Thanks to the presence of a technologically advanced dual-head digital and automatic cutting solution, we can directly reproduce small product samples or extensive production batches from the customer’s CAD drawings, and we are also capable of performing cuts and milling on rigid materials such as plexiglass and wood.
The technology available within our company enables us to create lathe profiles and bond expanded materials with a wide range of adhesives tailored to each type of surface. Furthermore, thanks to a proprietary “technological solution,” we can produce polyurethane and polyethylene tubes through a longitudinal welding process, thus providing customized solutions that meet the specific needs of the demand.
The introduction of the latest ‘INDUSTRIAL DIVISION’ has allowed us to apply the already proven quality standards and sophisticated technical expertise to different sectors, achieving rapid and immediate success. Today, we are indeed present in the home appliance industry, medical field, sports sector, and we also manufacture components for construction and the naval sector.
Our production extends from soundproof and anti-vibration products to gaskets of every imaginable shape and kind, all the way to aesthetic products whose beauty adds value to the item on which they are applied. We are already suppliers of insulating pads for electric vehicle batteries, and therefore, we can meet stringent cleanliness and dust-free requirements for conductive materials.
Standard die-cutting is an industrial cutting technique known for its versatility and precision. During this process, a material is cut using a system of vertical blades housed within a wooden or PVC support. The die, often custom-made, applies controlled pressure to the material, allowing for precise and sharp-edged parts. Thanks to its precision and ability to work with a wide range of materials, this technique offers creative, cost-effective, and functional solutions for various production needs.
Flatbed die-cutting is an advanced industrial cutting process that involves the use of automated machines to perform precise and repetitive cuts on a wide range of materials.
Flatbed die-cutting offers numerous advantages, including extreme cutting precision, fast execution, and the ability to cut complex shapes. Flatbed die-cutting represents a reliable solution for optimizing production , reducing both processing time and material waste to ensure high-quality results at reduced costs.
Our die-cutting processes allow for the successful application of “kiss-cutting” technique: specific blades cut the adhesive material but only lightly touch the backing film (silicone paper) without cutting it. This precise and extremely delicate technique enables easy detachment of the adhesive product for immediate application, both in manual and automatic assembly cases. Kiss-cutting can be performed around the entire perimeter of the product, both internally and externally, or it can be limited to a specific area of the product to create a “finger-lift,” a convenient tab that simplifies the detachment of the film from the adhesive component.
The rotary die-cutting system is an advanced industrial cutting process that offers precision and versatility. This method employs a series of blades obtained from a solid cylinder through electroerosion technology and then shaped to perform precise and efficient cutting. This system allows for the creation of complex and detailed shapes through a highly productive process: time savings translate into cost savings, making us highly competitive in all our markets.
The cutting process from CAD mathematics is an advanced industrial method that uses an advanced double-head digital and automatic cutting solution. This process, equipped with independent working arms with pneumatic and/or electric vibration blades, allows for precise cutting of thicknesses up to 50mm by reproducing designs created on CAD design software. This technology allows for precise cutting along the design guidelines, producing intricate shapes and precise details. The versatility and precision of the cutting make it an essential tool for creating custom-made products with high-quality finishes. The versatility of this technology lends itself to small prototyping samples (no need for equipment investments) as well as large-scale production thanks to its speed and independence.
In the adhesion process of expanded materials with a wide range of transfer or supported TNT adhesives, the adhesive is applied to the expanded and calendared material to ensure even distribution. Finally, the adhesive-backed material is wound into rolls, which can undergo additional preparatory processes for subsequent die-cutting or cutting into profiles when required. This process is widely used to create adhesive materials with thermal or acoustic insulation characteristics.
The bonding process involves the joining of different layers of polyethylene to achieve the desired thickness specified by the customer. This approach avoids costly material storage and allows for the production of the required thickness in a customized and efficient manner, minimizing waste.
Manual screen printing is a sophisticated printing technique that uses a special frame, called a screen, to apply ink to a wide range of substrates, including eco-leather, expanded materials, PVC, and other plastics. This method offers significant versatility compared to other printing techniques, allowing for prints on multiple surfaces and materials. Manual screen printing offers broad creative freedom and the ability to produce high-quality prints. It is particularly appreciated for its ability to create durable and long-lasting prints.
The welding of polyurethane or polyethylene tubes (also coated with protective film) is a highly specialized process that results from extensive internal development and the company’s extensive experience. This technique allows for the production of tubes with customized diameters based on customer specifications. The process involves heating the tube edges until they become plastic, allowing them to be joined together to create the desired diameter. During the fusion process, the material welds homogeneously, ensuring a strong and durable connection.
This method is ideal for the production of custom tubes, perfectly tailored to customer needs, offering extraordinary flexibility in the production of tubes and sleeves with various diameters, ideal for a wide range of industrial and commercial applications.
Numerical control lathe cutting is an advanced mechanical processing process used to create custom profiles, both adhesive and non-adhesive, depending on customer needs. This process combines precision and automation to achieve highly accurate results. The profiles are neatly packaged and wound around cardboard cores for easy handling and use by the customer.
Electrofusion is a welding process that utilizes the heat generated by an electric current to join together two layers of polyurethane or other thermoplastic materials. This occurs when an electric current passes through the heating elements placed between the surfaces to be joined, creating heat and melting the materials in order to form a strong weld.
Electroforming is a shaping process. This process uses a negative mold made of copper or nickel, inside of which PVC is heated and pressed to give it the desired geometric and aesthetic characteristics.