4 October 2016

“Impulse” Spray Washers for Long Parts

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The Impulse style parts washers are ideal for long parts such as shafts, rollers, diesel engine blocks, etc.  The spray chamber tops are powered up and down.  The spray manifolds can rotate around the parts or sweep back and forth.

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4 October 2016

Industrial Parts Washer for Diesel Engine Blocks

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This system cleans diesel engine blocks that are as large as 132″ long x 44″ wide x 46″ high and that weigh up to 16,000 lbs. When the powered lid is open, there is full access for crane loading with room to spare. In cycle, the spray manifolds sweep back and forth across the part […]

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3 October 2016

Parts Washer for Robotic Work Cell

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This RTO-2000 industrial parts washer is a two (2) chamber jet washer for a robotic work cell… one robot loads and unloads the washing system as well as other machining centers. The two cleaning chambers are segregated so that each works independently of the other. Parts being cleaned are integrated fan blade components for the […]

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3 October 2016

Cellular Parts Washer for Cleaning Bearings

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The RTO-1000 is a “return-to-operator” parts cleaning system. It has a U-shaped conveyor that places the load and unload areas on the same end of the system (so that only one operator is needed or, as in this case, so that the customer could have total automation using the smallest footprint.) This particular system is […]

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3 October 2016

Ideal Parts Washer for Work Cell

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The RTO-2000 is the perfect parts washer for a work cell. The operator loads a part, rolls the dolly into the chamber, and uses push button controls to close the door and start the cycle. In cycle, the part rotates and water is blasted into key passageways. In just 3 minutes the part is clean […]

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3 October 2016

Industrial Parts Washer for Gas Cylinders Robotically Loaded

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This extraordinary machine cleans/ passivates gas cylinders inside and out. The system has six (6) individual cleaning chambers, each with a powered door and automatic valves to control flows from 3 tanks and air blow-off. The parts are loaded and unloaded with a robot. A top pneumatic device secures the part before the robot lets […]

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3 October 2016

RTO Parts Washer for Helicopter Gear Boxes

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This return-to-operator R-6000-PCS rotor parts washer is designed to clean helicopter gear boxes.  It rotates the parts around a horizontal axis as they are being sprayed to flush out complex passages. A dolly transports the parts in and out of the spray chamber.  This system has four tanks and a five stage cleaning cycle… a […]

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3 October 2016

Rotary Drum Washer for Small Ammunition Cleaning

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In this drum washer, 7.62mm shell casings are put through the following 5 stages: acid pickling to remove the heat treatment scale, rinse, rinse, lube, and dry. All wetted parts of the system are stainless steel. The drum has “scoops” to bring the fluid into the drum (there are no pumps). In the wet stages, […]

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3 October 2016

8-Basket Tumbling Washer

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Using spray and immersion technology, the CJ-8 tumbling washer cleans 8 basket loads of parts per cycle, or 24 baskets per hour (each basket measures approx. 18″ x 12″ x 6″.) Parts being cleaned are security locks during the manufacturing process. In cycle, the rotor spins to tumble the parts within the baskets. The machine […]

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3 October 2016

Orbital Parts Washer

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The Cyclojet 2 is a water-based, precision cleaning system designed to wash screw machine parts and larger parts with blind holes and intricate passageways. This system combines a tumbling/orbital motion with spray and immersion to flush-out chips and strip-off oils from the most complex parts in an average time of 2-15 minutes.

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