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GMTA’s Niagara MO Features Flood Spray Cleaning System

Compact unit well-suited for workpieces with complex geometric shapes.  

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GMTA’s Niagara MO compact cleaning system

GMTA’s Niagara MO compact cleaning system

German Machine Tools of America’s (GMTA) Niagara MO cleaning system is a two-tank machine that comes with a flood spray cleaning system and revolving wheel technology. According to the company, the optional ultrasound cleaning ensures a high level of cleanliness. The system is said to be well-suited for small parts in baskets or individual parts on workpiece holders and works well for workpieces with complex geometric shapes.

All processing steps take place in a chamber, which has a glazed door that allows operators to view the washing process. The Niagara’s cleaning technology includes a holding fixture that revolves or swivels around the horizontal axis designed to ensure thorough cleaning. Nozzle frames can be adapted to the workpiece, while the maximum permitted load and permitted dimensions are adjustable. In addition, bath monitoring can be applied to the washer. The compact machine’s footprint is 60 × 400 mm.

The machine’s process steps include washing spray cleaning, flood cleaning, injection flood cleaning and ultrasound cleaning. Subsequent steps include optional features such as demineralized water, drying with pneumatic pulse, hot air, circulating air, vacuum with infrared support, if needed. Other additional options and supplements include drying systems, handling systems, increased cleaning performance and increased spray pressure, bath maintenance and process reliability. Cascade guiding and floor drip trays are also available.

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