Jenfab Washers Provide Powerful Parts Cleaning
Units designed for time-saving cleaning in compact space.
Orca washing system
The Orca roll-in door parts washer is available in turntable sizes of 25", 31" and 36". Depending on the model, it can handle between 1,000- and 1,500-lb loads, while the roll-in door design saves space. The Orca comes standard with a built-in oil skimmer, automatic water fill, containment ring, low water shutoff and a multifunctional timer for 24/7 control of the oil skimmer and heater.
Avenger washing system
The Avenger is designed specifically for small shops, automotive repair facilities and cellular working environments to provide the power and convenience of an automatic parts washer without the mess and labor cost associated with manual systems or spray washing. It comes equipped with a 21" sprocket-driven turntable and is designed to fit into tight areas in facilities where floor space is at a premium. The Avenger comes in either 120 V or 230 V variations. Other features include a stainless steel cabinet, built-in “Y” fluid strainer, soaking reservoir, low-water shutoff, chip basket strainer, 60-minute timer and a removable water tray in base.
Cleaning is loosely defined as the process of removing unwanted contaminants or dirt from a surface. It does not alter the surface physically or chemically. A properly cleaned surface is just the same as it was prior to cleaning, except it is missing the dirt.
Although not every shop has been affected by cleanliness specifications, many suppliers to automotive OEMs are already complying with stringent cleanliness standards. In Ford Motor Co.’s case, it has created its own cleanliness standards in order to save money and credibility.
The aim is to assess and compare the technical cleanliness of parts produced by different manufacturers or at different locations.