Automotive Parts Washers
Automotive parts washers are machines used to clean newly manufactured and used automobile parts. Grease, dirt and contaminating oils accumulate on parts’ surfaces as a result of the manufacturing process or road use. Just like other types of industrial parts, unfinished automotive parts must be cleansed of contaminants before they can undergo surface finishing or assembly; contaminated parts pose a hazard to equipment functionality and safety. Read More…
Alliance Manufacturing, Inc.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, and more.$$$
TEMCO Parts WashersEdmond, OK | 800-245-1869
A family-based business since 1978 with an emphasis on products made in the USA, Temco has an underlying goal of Simplicity and Reliability with all its products. We carry a large inventory of machines and parts. We also carry Temco detergents that are specially blended for fast and rigorous cleaning. With our customer support and exceptional manufacturing abilities, Temco is focused on building the best parts washers on the market to facilitate a quick customer ROI.$$$
Niagara Systems, LLCMentor, 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.$$$
Cleaning Technologies GroupCincinnati, OH | 800-248-9274
We are industry leaders and innovators in the world of parts washers. We offer an extensive list of parts washing equipment, from automotive washers to precision washers for medical industries.$$$
Great Lakes Finishing EquipmentSouth Elgin, IL | 708-345-5300
Great Lakes Finishing Equipment, Inc. specializes in supplying parts washers for even the most demanding cleaning jobs. Equipment includes table washers, drum washers, aqueous rotary baskets, aqueous belt washing systems, & more. Let our parts washing specialists assist you with your specific washing applications. Contact us today for all of your parts washer needs.$$$
Automotive parts washers are necessary because normally operating vehicle engines become dirty after years of operation; spent oils require replacement, poor-quality fuel can cause build-up in engines and other products of combustion build up on engine components over time. In addition to this build-up, vehicle engine components are exposed to a wide variety of contaminants while on the road, and these can contribute to energy inefficiency and degradation of function.
When a vehicle's owner notices the vehicle's decreased or impaired function, it can be cheaper to repair impaired components than to replace them. In some cases, an improvement in the function of a part can involve cleaning.
Automotive parts washers provide a venue for the safe and effective cleaning of dirty automotive components. Some industrial parts washer manufacturers fabricate washers designed specifically to handle automotive parts washing, making the cleansing of small engines, transmissions, pneumatic parts, hydraulic parts and small parts much easier and more effective.
Many automotive parts can be washed by standard parts washers, but some parts cleaners are tailored specifically to serve the automotive industry. Aqueous hot water solutions are generally used in automotive parts washers as well as ultrasonic cleaning tubs for fast precision cleaning. Automotive parts washers for auto repair shops are generally cabinet or tub spray washers, which use organic biodegradable solvents.
Part washers for transmissions, engines and farm equipment parts in particular are usually more specialized; ultrasonic washers are used on complex parts that require a high level of surface purity. In an ultrasonic parts cleaner, tiny air blasts burst against parts' surfaces, cleaning in crevices that other washing techniques cannot reach.
Automotive industrial washers often use ultrasonic cleaning to reduce the risk of malfunction due to part contamination. The automotive industry concerns itself with the precision with which all of the constituent parts of an automobile are manufactured; the failure of even one part can be catastrophic in terms of engine performance, and in extreme cases, in terms of driver safety.