mycon GmbH, a sister company of the service company Kipp Umwelttechnik, develops, manufactures and markets new products and automation technologies.
mycon GmbH currently supplies customers in approx. 40 countries.
Many years of experience in industrial service have resulted in many system developments and patents, some with international validity.
IceMaster system of the mycon GmbH. Please visit https://mycon.info/en/products/icemaster-en/ for further information.
JetMaster, the patent-protected process for the intensive cleaning of sensitive fin surfaces. JetMaster acts gently and yet extremely powerfully. Please visit https://mycon.info/en/products/jetmaster-en/ for further information.
The ControlMaster is the digital monotoring system for heat exchangers from mycon GmbH. For more information please visit https://mycon.info/en/products/controlmaster/.
SpeedMaster is a system, that is able to clean and coat the inner and outer surface of tubes. For more information about the SpeedMaster system please visit: https://mycon.info/en/products/speedmaster-en/ .
The PowerMaster of the mycon GmbH is a low-waste system developed for cleaning, decoating and desizing. For further information about the PowerMaster system please visit: https://mycon.info/en/products/powermaster-en/ .
JetMaster, the patent-protected process for the intensive cleaning of sensitive fin surfaces. JetMaster acts gently and yet extremely powerfully. High performance nozzles bring compressed air and small quantities of pre-treated water to supersonic speed at low pressure.
IceMaster revolutionised dry ice blasting. Low operating cost, full automation capability and continuous availability without reordering of dry ice pellets are just some of the many advantages.
mycon can also supply complete workstations and complete automation systems with soundproofed solutions for the manual use of the IceMaster.
PowerMaster cleans, decoats and desizes in a powerful and low-waste process. The cost-effective system operates at low pressure between 3 and – depending on the type of system – a maximum of 8 bar compressed air at a low water consumption of 1 to 2 litres per minute. Depending on the application, the jet velocity can be in the subsonic or supersonic range.