The MecWash team had a record number of enquiries following their return to MACH at the NEC Birmingham, where they showcased the brand-new MWX300 aqueous parts washing system.

“MACH is the UK’s biggest manufacturing exhibition. After the enforced hiatus due to Covid-19, it was fantastic to hear the buzz of business, seeing familiar faces and meeting new connections from across the sector,” said MecWash managing director John Pattison

The MecWash team were delighted to receive enquiries from long-term, established customers as well as from a range of new business contacts. There were also great opportunities to talk to some of the bright young student talent in this sector.  The range of sectors represented by both existing customers and new enquiries covered everything from hydraulics and aerospace to medical, automotive and motorsport sectors as well as a barista-style coffee machine and fasteners manufacturers.

Attending the event from MecWash were managing director John Pattison, sales managers Paul Jarratt and Alan Atkinson, and marketing executive Pascale Chosson. The team were kept extremely busy throughout the week with a very high level of questions about specific cleaning requirements.

The compact MWX300 was very popular with visitors to the stand, who were impressed with the high specification washing processes that include ultrasonic cleaning, high flow washing and internet connectivity packed into the small footprint. The larger MWX400, which has already proved highly successful in markets around the world, was also on display.

John Pattison comments: “Seeing first-hand how other exhibitors and manufacturers showcase their systems is great inspiration and motivation for us to continue innovating as we seek to provide world-leading component cleaning solutions – so watch this space!”

For further information about MecWash Systems Limited please visit or call 01684 271600 to discuss your component cleaning requirements.

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