Are you looking to reduce the cost of cleaning?

As the only US-based chemical company with 170 years of surface cleaning experience, we understand the factors that drive up the cost of cleaning:

  • inconsistent results
  • input variability
  • line downtime
  • rework and rejects
  • chemical consumption
  • process complexity
  • wastewater treatment

Hubbard-Hall is the only company committed to helping you reduce the cost, complexity and chemical consumption of surface cleaning.  For example, Aquaease 2289 reduces cleaning steps from 6 to 1 and Aquaease Infinity reclaims 95% of your cleaner.

Be the next company to save 35% on your total cleaning cost.  Connect with one of our industry leading experts during a Cleaning Consult today.

With an average of 30 years of experience, our cleaning experts conduct on site or virtual process audits to help you get better results with less chemistry and total cost. With 3 labs, 2 manufacturing sites and dedicated R&D, we can quickly help you identify the right cleaner for your specific application.

Less Cost.  Less Complexity.  Less Chemical Consumption.

That is the Hubbard-Hall promise.


A Choice for Every Challenge℠

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Do you need environmentally-friendly cleaners or are you looking to degrease precision parts? Do you have immersion, spray, or electrocleaning equipment? Aluminum, iron or copper substrates?

No matter what your cleaning challenge or process, Hubbard-Hall is the only company with deep expertise in traditional solvents, next generation solvents and aqueous cleaners. We pair the right chemistry with the right equipment to give you a turnkey cleaning system.

Aqueous Cleaners: We are the only US-based chemical company to offer over 70 aqueous cleaners for soak, spray, ultrasonic, electrocleaning, and mass finishing technologies.  Aluminum, brass, and copper alloys require extra care.  Stainless steel and steel are a little tougher.  We know the tricks to cleaning all of them.

Solvent Cleaners: We’ve helped customers tackle solvent issues head-on for over 65 years and stay ahead of regulatory changes.  Whether you need to change your solvent or upgrade your equipment, we’ll help design a sustainable option for your operation. So, you don’t have to give up efficacy and throughput for precision part applications.

Sustainable Cleaning: From closed-loop and membrane systems that reclaim 95% of chemicals to eco-friendly low-VOC and phosphate-free cleaners, Hubbard-Hall is bringing you alternatives to reduce chemical use, stay ahead of regulations, and improve sustainability.

We have a Choice for Every Challenge.

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As a family company, customers have always been at the heart of what we do – it’s in our DNA. So, we’re tank side, looking at industrial metals cleaning from your perspective and focused on responsive 24-hour turnaround and 100% issue resolution. It’s like having your own expert cleaning team at your fingertips.

The Great Cleaning Debate: Aqueous vs. Solvent

The Great Cleaning Debate: Aqueous vs. Solvent

Solvent cleaners are highly effective, aggressive cleaners that consume less energy, don’t require waste treatment, and offer faster drying. However, they only clean organic soils and may be limited by regulatory, environmental, health, and safety (EHS) restrictions.

Aqueous cleaners are readily available, safer to handle and remove both organic and inorganic soils. However, they consume more energy and require wastewater treatment and additional process steps.

As the only supplier of both cleaning technologies, we will give you an unbiased recommendation.  Which is cleaning method is best for you?

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Industries Served

AerospaceBearingsFood & BeveragePlumbing
Apparel and FootwearCoating and PlatingHeavy MachineryRail
AutomotiveElectronicsMedicalWire and Tube
Battery CansEnergyMilitary/Defense/Weapons

Industrial Cleaning Applications

Deep draw
Metal Finishing
Precision parts cleaning
Chemical Polishing
Heat Treatment
Metal Stripping
Impact Extrusion
Paint Stripping

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