About us

About Vico

Vico has supplied the Nordic industrial sector with process equipment since 1969.

Today, we possess major knowledge about ultrasonic cleaning, spray cleaning, and valve maintenance. We have our own production of ultrasonic cleaners and spray cleaners. We are also retailers of grinding, lapping, and valve testing equipment. Through many years of experience and our own production, we can keep a high quality and customized solutions at a reasonable price.

Our business idea is simple.
We offer solutions that is based in the customers needs, and we see satisfied customers as good business.

Our background

Vico was founded in 1962, in Stockholm by the chemist Wolfgang Tiedemann. We have been a leading producer of ultrasonic cleaners and peripherals for a long time. We have also delivered to a large variety of industries and actors, all with different requirements of how their particular cleaner should work. Therefor, we always work hard to improve and develope effective, safe and innovative solutions that exceed our customers expectations.

Our Environmental Policy

The Vico team stands for minimal impact on the environment, we shall pass all requirements from laws and regulations and we constantly work towards minimizing our environmental impact.

Our products shall be gentle for the environment and the operators during and after the usage time.We choose and commit to environmentally conscious suppliers and entrepreneurs.

The Vico team shall be aware of the importance of environmental work, both locally and globally, and also constantly work to improve on the matter.

Our Operation

Vico offers a complete assortment of cleaning products for the workshop and industrial sector.
Our ambition is to have products that keeps a high quality and to stay environmentally conscious.

We recommend our customers to use cleaning detergent that is effective and environmentally friendly. We also recommend filtrating the detergent, which means that you can keep using the same fluid a good while before it gets sent for destruction.
This leads to major cost savings for the customer.