7/25/2016 | 1 MINUTE READ

Bio-Renewable Parts Cleaning Systems for Any Parts Size

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The ergonomically designed units range in size to ease cleaning and degreasing regular, large, and over-sized industrial parts.

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Bio-Circle, a division of Walter Surface Technologies, a surface treatment technologies manufacturer, has launched three bio-renewable parts cleaning systems: CleanBox Compact S, CleanBox Maxi, and the CleanBox Mega.

The ergonomically designed units range in size to ease cleaning and degreasing regular, large, and over-sized industrial parts. Designed specifically for use with Bio-Circle’s water-based cleaning agents, CB 100 and CB 100 ALU, the CleanBox parts washers enable companies to cost-effectively replace toxic solvents with a safer alternative and improves cleaning efficacy in virtually any type of MRO shop or production process.

The CleanBox parts washers are commonly used in busy MRO environments and in transport fleet maintenance facilities to clean large parts. Part washers are also commonly used in production facilities to clean large manufacturing equipment.

CleanBox is available in three sizes to meet different requirements, ranging from the medium-sized CleanBox Compact S, the larger CleanBox Maxi, and super-sized CleanBox Mega. The Compact S and Maxi are available in heated versions to increase cleaning efficiencies, and non-heated versions for use at room temperature. The systems’ robust bodies withstand rugged manufacturing environments and are designed with ease-of-use and ergonomics in mind.

The CleanBox Mega is designed to handle extremely large parts or to facilitate cleaning multiple large parts at once. The system includes a foot-petal activation flow-through brush with a funnelled hose to supply cleaning product while brushing.

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