Rosink (GMTA) Parts Washer Systems Offer Parts Handling for Myriad Applications

Originally titled 'Parts Washer Systems Offer Parts Handling for Myrid Applications'

Now available from German Machine Tools of America (GMTA), the Rosink parts washer line comprises a variety of machine styles, used for degreasing, cleaning, phosphating, applying corrosion control coatings and paint stripping.

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Now available from German Machine Tools of America (GMTA), the Rosink parts washer line comprises a variety of machine styles, used for degreasing, cleaning, phosphating, applying corrosion control coatings and paint stripping. Either intermediate or final cleaning operations are typically performed on these machines, which are offered in basket-style batch or in-line cleaning systems, with conveyorized integration to customer lines.  

Highlighting the line is the Rosink Front Loader (RFL), especially useful for cleaning large parts with complex geometries. The base unit is a single tank, which includes a rotary grid workpiece carrier. This RFL unit can be used as a free-standing machine or integrated with a fully automated production process. 

The most popular styles of basket cleaners are the RC and RCE. The RC is an economical, environmentally friendly, mobile water-based cleaning system, while the RCE features a stainless steel housing and lightweight thermoplastic cover to run more efficiently while in use. Height adjustable drying, done by compressed air and a heat torch, add to the efficiency of the RCE operation.  

Rosink washers are also offered for long tube and crossbeam section cleaning, as well as completely automated conveyorized cleaning inline, with part conveyors or fixturing offered. The aqueous cleaning solution is 96 percent water and 4 percent washing ingredients, which are recirculated through the machine.