Drum Washer Manufacturers and Companies

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  • Cleaning Technologies Group: Improving the Way We Clean

    Drum Washers Cleaning Technologies Group is a leading innovator, manufacturer, and supplier of parts cleaning equipment and cleaning technologies. Our company provides a huge variety of cleaning equipment including drum washers, cabinet washers, ultrasonic cleaning equipment, as well as other specialty products. With divisions in North America and Asia, we are perfectly situated to serve industrial cleaning needs on a global scale. These divisions have well over 100 years of combined experience in the cleaning technology industry, so we have what it takes to satisfy almost any industrial cleaning requirement...

  • 8 Musts of Selecting a Parts Washer

    By: J. Wes Godfrey TEMCO Parts Washers In selecting an aqueous parts washer there are several factors to be considered. If price is the only thing that floats your boat , you are setting yourself up for more than a few disappointments. Shopping around and comparing apples to apples will save your sanity and more than a few bucks. Must #1 The GPM of the Pump One specification of the utmost importance is the GPM of the pump. As you shop around, you'll find that most of the sales staff...

  • For the 55 Gallon Drum that Holds it All

    A number of processing plants that deal with a variety of liquids that need to be mixed, stored, heated or transported from one place to another, utilize 55 gallon drums. These impressive industrial containers are seriously heavy duty, partly because they are often made from stainless steel, which is is chemical resistant, able to handle extreme pressures without cracking and incredibly strong. Certain industries don't use their 55 gallon drums for more than one type of liquid, although even in this circumstance they are required to thoroughly clean the vessels...

  • Drum Washers: Keeping Things Green

    Although drum washers have been around longer then the recycling fad that is prevalent in our culture today, this industrial sized cleaning product is now embraced as the sanitizing process that allows constant recycling for companies utilizing gallon drums. The gallon drum is used in a variety of contexts including petroleum, chemical processing, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, hazardous waste, waste water treatment and agriculture industries. Containing the substances that they do, gallon drums must be thoroughly sanitized between uses are they are not able to be reused, which would be...

  • Stoelting Offers the Ultimate Cleaning Experience

    June 1, 2012 Kiel, Wis.— For lean, effective cleaning solutions, look no further than Stoelting’s Cleaning Equipment Division. Stoelting provides products for the ultimate cleaning experience including rotary drum, spray, ultrasonic, and agitation cleaning machines for dip tank, belt conveyor, monorail, and individual work cell uses. Leading the way in new cleaning technology is the company’s newest offering, the RotaForce Rotary Drum Series. This series combines spray and immersion cleaning technology for the best clean yet with a high level of energy-efficiency and cost- effectiveness. For more information about Stoelting...

Industry Information

Drum Washers

Drum washers are a type of industrial cleaning system made specifically to clean the interior and exterior of drums. Industrial drums are used to store and ship many different substances, including chemicals, paint, ink, grease, adhesives, dies, foods and even hard-to-remove residue like cured resins and dry paint. They come in many different sizes, but most are 55 gallons, cylindrical in shape and made of plastic, fiber or metals like stainless steel.

To prevent contamination or mixing of substances, drums are thoroughly cleaned every time they are emptied. Therefore, many facilities that regularly use drums also own a drum washer. They are able to clean smaller containers like barrels, pails, buckets, overpaks, jars and lids. The petroleum, chemical processing, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, hazardous waste, waste water treatment and agriculture industries use drum washers on a regular basis to maintain safe and sanitary conditions. Drum washers are often rotary washers, which move drums in a circular motion, and are equipped with high pressure water nozzles to spray and clean the inside and exterior of a drum.

The combination of hot water, high water pressure, cleaning solution and a rotating motion effectively cleans and sanitizes even the dirtiest industrial drums. After cleaning, they are used over again within the facility. When a drum is old and no longer useful, it is crushed down and recycled into another metal or plastic product. Before the recycling process, every drum must be completely cleaned of any chemicals or substances to eliminate the risk of contamination. Every drum washer is equipped with a filtration system, which keeps the tank clean and removes debris and grime from the water or aqueous cleaning solution. The spray nozzles are powered by corrosion resistant, high pressure pumps made of stainless steel and are angled at the drum's interior to ensure it is adequately cleaned. All drum washers have wash-rinse or wash-rinse-dry cycles that dry the containers via a heating system or air guns. The water and cleaning solution, which is either a solvent or detergent, is heated by electricity or gas to about 120ยบ F. It takes about five to 15 minutes to clean a single drum.



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