Conveyor Parts Washers

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A client can choose between a few different standard types of conveyor parts washers. Examples are the U-bend, monorail, and in-line washers. U-Bend washers have a turning feature, bringing the processed parts back to the operator. Read More…

Conveyor Parts Washers A conveyor parts washer is a system designed for continuous, flow-through parts cleaning. Parts are fed onto a conveyor belt, into a cabinet to be washed. An operator controls the speed at which parts enter the cabinet.

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Santa Fe Springs, CA  |  888-833-9000

EMC®/Equipment Manufacturing Corp. manufactures both the POWERJET® and the JETSINK® Cleaning Station for companies in various industries. Our parts washers and related washing equipment lower operating costs and increase washer efficiency. We offer great prices by manufacturing standard machinery with simple, but effective, principles. Give us a call today!

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Oklahoma City, OK  |  800-245-1869

We pride ourselves on unsurpassed customer service. We are always available to answer a call for help. We advise you on how to operate and maintain your washers or how to quickly effect repairs and find parts in your local area. If I don`t return your call within the hour, you can be assured I am probably dead! This is how serious we are about our client service. Client satisfaction is TEMCO`s number-one priority!

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TEMCO Parts Washers $$$

Mentor, OH  |  440-259-2500

Niagara Systems LLC has offered turnkey custom parts washing systems for over 80 years. With our customization capabilities, our parts washing systems stand out from the competition. Applications that have benefitted from our custom parts washers include hazardous waste containers, aluminum castings, and jet engine turbine blades. We also offer installation services in order to relieve you of further hassle. Contact us today to learn more!

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Niagara Systems, LLC $$$

Fond du Lac, WI  |  800-969-7960

Alliance Manufacturing, Inc. specializes in the design, engineering, and manufacturing of aqueous parts washers and parts cleaning systems for the industrial products market. Our engineers have developed a full line of aqueous parts cleaning systems, including belt, chain, monorail, front/top loading cabinet, indexing, return-to-operator, compact cell, rotary drum, oil removal, and custom systems. Our machines are designed to meet the production and cleanliness requirements of our customers.

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Alliance Manufacturing, Inc. $$$

Cincinnati, OH  |  800-248-9274

We are industry leaders and innovators in the world of parts washers. We offer an extensive list of parts washing equipment, from automotive washers to precision washers for medical industries. We work with our customers to create customized designs just for them. Trust our 90 years of experience to handle your cleaning jobs today!

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Cleaning Technologies Group $$$

Milwaukee, WI  |  877-683-6797

International Thermal Systems is the manufacturer of TruClean industrial part washers, and offers a wide range of aqueous parts washers including belt washers, rotary drum washers, case washers, pallet washers and more. Parts are tested in our R&D lab so customers are assured that their washer will perform to specifications immediately upon installation. TruClean parts washers are known for durability and longevity.

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International Thermal Systems, LLC $$$
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These work well for industrial dish washing. Monorail washers have an overhead conveyor and are best suited to high-volume, continuous cleaning applications. For example, these are great for very large stamped parts. In-line washers feed parts through a tunnel. These washers are ruggedly built and good for a wide range of cleaning needs. A conveyor parts washer has many optional add-ons, such as a rinser and sealer. A rinser removes cleaning solution residue using highly pressurized water. A sealer applies a rust inhibitor or oil-based mix to the part surface. This addition is useful for the preservation of parts that will have long delays between manufacturing processes.

Aquamaster CB-600B Conveyor Parts Washer Aquamaster CB-600B Conveyor Parts Washer - Alliance Manufacturing, Inc.

An advantage of the conveyor parts washer is its versatility. It can be integrated into a handling line, or it can function as a stand-alone system. Similarly, the many different types of conveyor parts washers offer great flexibility to a consumer. They can be fitted to squeeze into a cramped kitchen or made to sprawl on a vast plant floor. A Monorail washer may be a great option to free up space, as it is conducted from overhead.

Washers can be custom-made to fit many variables. Variables include but are not limited to: weight capacity, belt width, turning radius, tunnel height, wash/rinse tank size, wash/rinse tank heating method, pump output, and general dimensions. Generally, a conveyor parts washer can be made to be automatic or manual, to accommodate the consumer. There is also some flexibility with the heating method, the options being steam, gas, and electricity, measured in kilowatts. The best machines are made of stainless steel, as stainless steel is resistant to corrosion, ensuring a longer life. With its many options, the conveyor parts washer is a great option for someone with specialized needs.


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Understanding the Various Stages of Conveyor Parts Washing

When a manufacturing or re-manufacturing facility requires continuous cleaning of its many machine parts, conveyor parts washers are considered a good investment. With multistage processing, conveyor parts washers, which come with number of design variations, including monorail, “U” bend and in-line washers, support a wide variety of washing requirements. They are specially designed to be rugged and highly customizable, so that new features can be added at later times as necessary. Moreover, conveyor parts washers can be modular and fabricated based on the requirements of the manufacturer.

Conveyor parts washers are designed to work independently and reduce processing costs in terms of labor and operation. In the most modern versions, they are operated via computer commands which not only operate the washer but also provide data about efficiency and other important diagnostic information.

Following find a detailed description of the various stages involved in conveyor parts washing.

Washing Stage: An operator loads the parts or components that need cleaning into the washer using a conveyor—thus, the operator determines the speed of loading. Once the parts reach the cabinet, a heated high-pressure aqueous-based cleaning solution—which come in various types, ranging from acidic to alkaline to neutral, but either contain very little or are free of chlorinated solvents—is streamed through a host of spray manifolds on the parts. The combination of a high-pressure stream and the cleaning action of a solution removes contaminants, such as, metal chips, machine coolants, grease and oils. The used cleaning solution then is filtered through a chip set. The solution goes to a heated solution tank which is usually located above the main tank and re-circulated through spray manifolds.

Rinsing Stage: Once the washing stage is complete, the parts are moved to the rinsing stage. To remove residue and the cleaning solution, the washed parts are rinsed with high-pressure normal water containing no additives. Just like during the washing stage, the used water again is drained from the cabinet and channeled to the tank, which can be either heated or standard, before being re-circulated for rinsing.

Seal Stage: Many applications do not need sealing, thus, many metal parts washers only come with two-stage processing. The sealing stage can be used for processes where the parts being washed are susceptible to corrosion and need anti-corrosion treatment. In this stage, once the parts are rinsed, a rust inhibitor or oil-based mixture that discourages corrosion is applied to the surface of the parts.

Other than these standard stages, a blow-off system, a vapor extraction exhaust system, oil skimmer and filters can be added based on each manufacturer’s needs. The blow-off system employs a motor fitted with air knives that blows off water from the component or parts when they travel on conveyors. A vapor-extraction exhaust system, as the name suggests, routes the moisture-laden air out of the system through a roof top ventilator. An oil skimmer removes trapped oil mechanically. Additional filters have become standard features in many states, since given stringent environment regulations and potential penalties.


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