Industrial Washers

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Industrial Washers

Industrial washers clean, degrease and sometimes dry mass quantities of large or small industrial parts in preparation for distribution, surface treatment or assembly. Oils, chemicals, burrs and other residue left over from the fabrication process must be removed from the surface of parts before they can undergo the surface finishing process. Coatings such as zinc and electroplating cannot be effectively applied atop grease or contaminating dirt.

Industrial washers may be designed as multi-stage processes, cleaning, deburring, drying, surface treating and even powder coating all in one application. Other parts washing machinery may be as simple as a single-stage immersion aqueous parts washing tub. Industrial washers use water, aqueous chemical solutions, ultrasonic blasts and agitation to achieve clean part surfaces; sometimes non-aqueous methods such as vapor cleaning, acoustic cleaning, laser ablation and vibration cleaning are used. Most industrial washers use aqueous parts washing to remove contaminating surface oils, although non-aqueous methods are sometimes used where aqueous cleaning is not possible. Read More…Request for Quote

Industrial Washers Industrial washers clean, degrease and sometimes dry mass quantities of large or small industrial parts in preparation for distribution, surface treatment or assembly. Oils, chemicals, burrs and other residue left over from the fabrication process must be removed from the surface of parts before they can undergo the surface finishing process.

Leading Manufacturers

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.

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EMC/Equipment Manufacturing Corporation $$$

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.

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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.

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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, and more.

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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.

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Cleaning Technologies Group $$$

Bonner Springs, KS  |  800-830-5112

Trimac is the manufacturer of KEMAC® part washers, a brand with almost 30 years of cleaning experience. Kemac part washers range from cabinet turntable washers to multi stage custom pretreatment washers.

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Trimac Industrial Systems, LLC $$$

Milwaukee, WI  |  877-683-6797

International Thermal Systems (ITS) manufacturers industrial parts washers for applications in the automotive, aerospace, metal stamping and other markets. Our team of engineers have the expertise to work with you and make sure your precise parts washing needs are met. Whether it is a belt washer, monorail washer or cabinet washer, ITS has a TruClean industrial parts washer for your application.

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International Thermal Systems, LLC $$$
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The two main methods aqueous industrial washers use are immersion washing and spray washing. Immersion washing, also called agitation, immerses unfinished parts in a hot organic or chemical water-based solvent in a wire mesh basket that rotates, turns, shakes and generally agitates dirt off of the parts. Immersion washers may be as simple as a tub in which parts are manually placed or removed, or they may be a series of tubs with different washing, rinsing and treating solvents and automated arms that move baskets between them.

Spray washers spray water and water-based cleaning solutions onto parts at high velocities to remove dirt; there are many different types of spray washers for different types of part washing. Cabinet washers, cell washers, conveyor belt washers, monorail/overhead systems, rotary tumblers and pallet/dunnage washers all utilize spray washing techniques.

Most aqueous parts washing solvents have until very recently been chemical-based, but recent rises in environmental and worker safety concerns and regulations have made the use of organic solvents much more common. Ultrasonic cleaning is a new, innovative type of precision cleaning that requires far smaller solvent concentrations than traditional washing, cutting down on harmful and expensive waste.

Tiny air blasts burst against parts' surfaces, cleaning effectively in crevices other washing techniques can't reach. Automotive industrial washers often use ultrasonic cleaning to reduce the risk of hazardous malfunction due to part contamination. The same is true for medical, surgical, dental and electronics parts washing.

In an industry that depends upon exactness and precision, parts contaminated with foreign chemicals, oil, grease or shavings can mean the difference between smoothly operating machinery and loss of thousands of dollars or even lives. Industrial washers provide an essential function in industrial manufacturing, not only by providing thorough cleaning solutions but also by reducing labor costs. With the multitude of part sizes, shapes and cleaning requirements, industrial washer manufacturers often provide custom solutions, designing and fabricating equipment or equipment systems tailored to a company's unique parts washing requirements.

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