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Small Parts Washer Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of small parts washer manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top small parts washer manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find small parts washer companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture small parts washers to your companies specifications. Then contact the small parts washer companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of heated parts washers, industrial parts cleaning systems, immersion washers, or customized small parts washers of every type, this is the resource for you.

  • Santa Fe Springs, CA

    Need an efficient way to clean small parts? We can help! Our small parts washers offer nothing but the very best in quality and price. We will always strive to meet your needs on every level, and we will never let you down when it comes to customer service. If you want the very best, we can make it happen! Contact us today for more info!

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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

    Regardless of the size of your components, our team of expert engineers at Niagara Systems will guarantee uniform cleanliness to ensure that your components perform effectively and meet your industry’s most rigid standards. We have experience designing parts washing machines that can handle parts ranging from aircraft and missile parts to crystal and fine china. Contact Niagara Systems today to learn more about our capabilities and services.

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  • Cincinnati, OH

    Our small parts washers withstand the test of time. We have offered parts cleaning equipment to industries for over 90 years. Since our founded so many years ago, we have maintained a reputation as a leader in the parts cleaning world. We will work with you to find the right solution for you needs. Contact us today to find out more! You can also visit our website for more info.

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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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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Tips for Choosing a Washing Cabinet

Surprisingly enough, there are a variety of choices when it comes to an automotive parts cleaner. Not all machines are alike, and some perform better for certain functions than others. If you have the choice of purchasing a new cabinet, it is helpful to know what options are out there and what kind of cleaning methods they use to get automotive parts shiny and new again. The first thing you must decide is if you want to use a solvent cleaner or aqueous cleaner. Solvent cleaners use chemicals to clean... Read More

Parts Washers Vs. Hand Washing

Automatic small part washers are designed to make it easier and more efficient to clean machine parts than by hand-washing. While some companies still wash all parts by hand, claiming that automatic part washers are too expensive or do not provide enough benefit for the cost, parts washers actually provide many benefits over traditional hand washing. Automatic washers save time: Hand-washing a part is a time-consuming job. The washer must ensure that every crease and hole in each part is brushed out and free of all dirt, oil, and debris.... Read More

The Importance of Sanitization Systems

An entire market is based on the truth that a clean product is a better product, during numerous stages of its production. This market is the parts washers design and manufacturing industry, which provides other manufacturers as well as industrial companies outside of the manufacturing spectrum with sanitization systems. The base definition of sanitization is to render an object clean of foreign objects such as dust that should not be on the object or getting rid of microscopic organisms that could make people sick or end up hurting the surface... Read More

The Key to Electronic Operation

It may come as a surprise to some that one of the major factors in ensuring electronics work properly is cleaning the individual parts of the mechanism after they are forged and shaped but before they are pieced together into the electronic whole. That is why all electronic manufacturers own and operate small parts washers, a quick and easy way to make sure their final products work without a hitch. For example, a company that produces keyboards for stationary computers requires numerous small pieces to connect the wiring within, not... Read More

businessIndustry Information

Small Parts Washers

Small parts washers are industrial cleaning systems designed to remove contaminants from large volumes of small products that have recently been formed or put through secondary operations that leave grease, oil, paint, coolant, burrs and abrasive dust on the part surfaces. There are two types of parts washers that are made to clean small parts: rotary washers, which tumble the parts in a circular motion, and immersion cleaners, which submerge the parts in water and cleaning solution and expose them to cavitation.

Many different products are cleaned by way of small parts washers, including fasteners like screws, nuts and bolts, hardware, bullets, plumbing equipment like pipe fittings, scrap metal, fittings, chain links, stampings, castings, cold headed parts and appliance components. The shapes may have a complex design, deep blind holes and interior or exterior threading. Small parts washers are usually found in automotive factories as well as in tool manufacturing facilities; they are used to clean parts after they have been stamped, cold headed, die cast or ground. The parts may be fed manually into the washer in batches, but most often, they are the last stop in a continuous, inline processing conveyor system that works in conjunction with forming and secondary processing machinery.

The two main types of small parts washers, rotary and immersion, operate in very different ways, but are both effective in cleaning large amounts of small products, usually made of metal or plastic. Rotary washers tumble the products through a rotating, spiral conveyor inside the system casing that moves parts in a circular motion to clean all surface area. They use high pressure water sprayers that shoot warm water and aqueous cleaning solution to clean away grime and contaminants. They are also almost always equipped with a drying system that uses a heater or air guns. Immersion parts washers submerge parts into water and cleaning solutions. The small parts are contained in baskets made of metal mesh or porous plastic material. This system is better for cleaning more delicate parts because they do not come into contact with the tank walls. Instead of spray nozzles, immersion tanks use propellers that provide cavitation to clean away dirt and grime. Both systems are equipped with a filtration system to maintain a clean water tank and collect waste and debris. If the parts washer is not part of an inline conveyor, they often work in conjunction with load and exit conveyors to cut down on the need for manual labor.



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