3 October 2016

Return Conveyor Container Washer

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At cosmetic companies, the make-up constituents are stored in plastic pails and drums. These need to be cleaned after each use. This company cleaned the containers manually using a hand-held a pressure washer. The result was a mess in more ways than one. Better Engineering designed a conveyor washer that could clean 5 gallon pails […]

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3 October 2016

Conveyor Washer to Clean Propane Tanks

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Recycle – Reuse! Empty, used propane tanks need to be thoroughly cleaned and prepared for recycling so they may be used again. This conveyor washer with a 36” wide belt has a dual track to hold two rows of propane tanks for increased productivity. Guide rails keep the tanks inline through wash, rinse, and dry […]

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3 October 2016

Belt Washers for Stampings

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These C-14 conveyor washers clean metal stampings at high speed.  A top hold-down belt lays on the parts to keep them from blowing off the carrier belt. The belt washers are stainless steel, portable, and have wash, rinse, and dry stages.

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3 October 2016

Conveyor Washer for Automotive Parts Cleaning

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This Cyberjet C-14 pick-and-place washer has a 360-loop table top conveyor belt. Camshafts are robotically placed on special fixtures.  The length of the part is in direction of travel; working width is only 6″. The fixture is designed for tight turns around the loop. The washer discharges to a position where a robot picks up a […]

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28 September 2016

Conveyor Washer Designed For Robotic Loading

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This 48″ wide conveyor is designed to meet the following criteria: a) handle four (4) different types of automotive twist beams, b) clean and dry the tubes inside and out, c) integrate with robots for loading and unloading, and d) outputs 1 part every 10 seconds. This unit has a parallel chain conveyor with “V” […]

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27 September 2016

Cleaning Car Parts – Jay Leno’s Garage

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Better Engineering Sales Manager, Carl Martin, stops by Jay Leno’s Garage to demo Better Engineering’s automatic turntable-style aqueous parts washer – made in America!  (NBC-Universal Studios)

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27 September 2016

Metal Coating Cleaning Turntable Washer

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This parts washing system cleans baskets used in the coating process for automotive fasteners. The tumbling baskets are cone shaped and perforated while other baskets are rectangular and made of woven wire. The F-4000 has a 3-stage cleaning cycle… heated wash, heated rinse and dry. A center spray manifold moves easily into position with a […]

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17 March 2016

Better Engineering Company Profile

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From Visibly Clean to Microscopically Clean, Better Engineering Mfg. Inc. remains the World Leader in Aqueous Cleaning Systems! Regardless of whether you have a simple or complex cleaning application, whether you require a small or a large system, or if you need a standard parts washer or a customized washing system, Better Engineering has a variety […]

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17 March 2016

Cyclojet Tumbling Cleaning System

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Using detergents and water, the CYCLOJETS clean and dry parts that other parts washers can’t…  complex screw machine parts and larger parts with blind holes and intricate passage ways. These systems combine a tumbling/orbital motion with spray and immersion to flush-out chips and strip-off oils from the most complex parts.  Parts that can tumble are […]

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17 March 2016

Cyber-Jets Conveyor Parts Washing System

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Do you need a heavy-duty conveyor washer? Better Engineering conveyor parts washing systems are designed with stainless steel construction inside and out and come in standard belt widths of 14″, 24″, 36″ or 48″. Custom widths are available. All systems are completely modular… from single stage to multiple stages (5, 6, or more), you can […]

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