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.
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. 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. Read More…