Agitating Parts Washer Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Santa Fe Springs, CA

    Established in 1981, Equipment Manufacturing Corporation (EMC®) is committed to building the highest quality waste water evaporators, agitating parts washers, cleaning stations as well as other similar equipment. All metal fabrication, assembly and other major processes are performed on site to ensure consistent and proven quality at a reasonable price for our customers.

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  • Oklahoma City, OK

    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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  • Perry, OH

    Since 1934, Niagara Systems has been a premier manufacturer of outstanding Washers and Ovens. Our products include industrial parts washers, parts cleaning equipment and parts washers to accommodate any size or shape stampings, castings or machined parts. Our high quality washers and ovens solve many difficult problems for our customers in many industries. Whether you are in need of a washer that is simple or complex, a Niagara Systems representative will be available to assist you.

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  • Cincinnati, OH

    Our agitating parts washers are designed with a specific use in mind. We realize that not all cleaning solutions are right for every job. We will use our 90 years of experience to walk you through the options so you can identify the best solution for your needs. Our customers are important to us, and we will always put your needs first! Contact us today to learn more!

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  • St. Louis, MO

    Need help with a parts washer to clean your dirty parts? Contact StingRay to get a quote for an engineered parts washer. StingRay Parts Washer offers a complete solution to your cleaning needs which includes fixturing of your parts, industry approved detergent, engineered parts washer, and the most complete customer service in the industry.

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  • York, PA

    We sell finishing equipment, deburring machines, air blasting, wheel blasting and foundry blasting. Ask about our 110 Bowl Series and Portaburr 110 Series for deburring. Finishing Systems has been in business 40+ years as a job shop and a distributor of finishing and deburring machinery.

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Vertical Agitating Parts Washers: Gravity Works

Keeping your parts clean is a crucial element of keeping your machines in proper working order. You can clean the parts yourself; soap, water, and a little elbow grease is a great way to do it. But sometimes manual labor just is not enough to get into the tiny crevices machine parts often have. It is for this reason that many people prefer to use a parts washer to keep their tools and metal bits clean. Parts washers can clean more parts at a faster rate of speed than a... Read More

Parts Washers and the Environment

Environmental safety has been a focus of the industrial sector for many years now. Many companies are developing new technologies to make production more efficient and less environmentally toxic. And while some of these measures to keep the planet cleaner involve inventing never before imagined uses of fuels or other natural resources, some in the industrial arena have turned to water to clean things up. Of course industry is a huge, umbrella term, so let's look at an example: parts washers. The development of the parts washer is of course... Read More

Conveyor Washers: The Tunnel Washer Model

There are specific types of parts washers that are distinguishable from all other models. The drum washer, which is designed to clean gallon sized drums and drums alone is one such model. The agitating parts washer, which submerges the parts in vibrating water that cleans the parts with a combination of solvents and bubbles, is another example. However, there are some styles of parts cleaning systems that may be applied to a number of different models of cleaning, such as the conveyor washer. Generally it is any type of parts... Read More

Agitating Parts Washer: Total Immersion

Making things clean is important in our hyper-sensitive to germs society. On an individual level an obsession with cleanliness can even become a disorder, driving a person to devote huge chunks of their day to ensure the hygienic nature of themselves and their surroundings. However, on an industrial level concern with the cleanliness of machines and their parts is just good business sense. One level of this sanitation process to ensure a long working life for machines comes directly after the parts have been manufactured but before they are treated... Read More

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Agitating Parts Washers

Agitating parts washers are immersion cleaning systems that submerge parts in an aqueous solution and use mechanical energy to create a vibrating and mixing action that cleanses their surfaces. Impellers or paddles create a vibrating action that causes cavitation, the formation and implosion of tiny bubbles in a liquid cleaning medium. These bubbles and the cleaning solution serve as cleaning agents to small contaminating particles that coat the surface and crevices of parts and products.

Chips, oil, coolant, dirt and grease, among other substances, are effectively removed from parts by means of the agitating parts washer, which moves them up and down and sometimes in and out of the cleaning solution to increase cavitation effectiveness and reduce cleaning time. Parts for the manufacturing, automotive, electronics, aerospace and medical industries all use agitating parts washers because they effectively clean grime from hard to reach areas without using any sort of equipment that comes in contact with the parts that could scratch or damage their surface. The motion from the propellers is accompanied by high pressure spray blasts of water for parts that contain blind holes and intricate passages. Agitating parts washers are alternatives to spray washers and rotary washers.

Since agitating parts washers fully immerse the parts in an aqueous cleaning solution, they usually have large holding tanks, especially when they are designed to clean large objects. Their casing is made of steel or stainless steel and some models are equipped with a dryer system powered by gas, electricity or steam heat. They may be manual, semi-automated or fully automated machines with adjustable settings for agitation, speed, cycle time and water temperature. Agitation washers are powered by air cylinders and high pressure pumps. More energy used per wash means faster cleaning time. They are sometimes combined with ultrasonic technology to increase mechanical energy for complex shapes with hard to clean surfaces. Most agitating parts washers are loaded in batches at the top of the machine, which has a removable lid. To prevent splashing, there are separate speed controls on the initial descent into the solution. The paddles create an oscillating effect, which can be increased by adjusting the stroke speed. For best results, both the parts and solution should be agitated simultaneously.