Ammunition & Guns Parts Cleaning

It is imperative that ammunition and weapons be properly cleaned in order to be in optimal condition. Better Engineering designs systems to clean large quantities of ammunition in the manufacturing process, as well as systems for firearms in the manufacturing and maintenance processes.

Multi-stage systems can be designed with combinations of wash, rinse, pickle (oxide removal), lube, demagnetize, and dry stages. Our systems are designed to remove heavy greases, oils, soil, and burnt-on carbon materials from the following:

  • Brass and Steel Shell Cases

  • Brass and Copper Cups

  • Rimfire and Centerfire Cartridges

  • Jacketed Bullets

  • Steel & Alloy Projectiles

  • Pistols

  • Rifles

Ammunition and Firearm Cleaning Case Studies

Gun Parts Washer
Background: The military and large civilian police departments have thousands of guns at their practice ranges. These guns need to be cleaned and kept in top shape. Parts Cleaning Problem: Cleaning each gun by hand is extremely time consuming and virtually impossible during busy times. Most ranges need an automatic parts washing system. The System/Solution:
conveyor washer for gun parts
Background: This company designs, manufactures, and distributes small firearms… various models of pistols and rifles for law enforcement and the outdoor sporting industry. Parts Cleaning Problem: They needed to clean chips and oils off of small weapons frames and demagnitize them during the manufacturing process. The System/Solution: This C-24 conveyor washer is designed to clean
Drum Washer 5-stage
Background: This key corporation in the defense, aerospace, security and outdoor sport industries needed to clean 7.62mm brass shell casings in the manufacturing process. Parts Cleaning Problem: They were using 70 year old parts washers that no longer cleaned their parts efficiently or effectively.  They needed new washers to clean the shell casings after heat
Drum Washer 3-stage
Background: This key corporation in the defense, aerospace, security and outdoor sport industries needed to clean 7.62mm brass shell casings in the manufacturing process. Problem: They were using 70 year old parts washers that no longer cleaned their parts efficiently or effectively.  They needed new washers to clean the shell casings after heat treatment. The
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