3/30/2017

LeanDrum Eco Washer for High Volume Applications

Originally titled 'Wash, Rinse and Blow-Off Machine for High Volume Applications'
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The washer features a robust, low-cost option using stainless steel tanks, drum and housing, premium electrical components, full immersion cleaning system and forced air dryer technology to produce consistently high quality cleaning results over an extended machine life.

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The LeanDrum Eco Washer from Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, is designed to provide a low cost, energy efficient solution for a high-volume cleaning application. The washer features a robust, low-cost option using stainless steel tanks, drum and housing, premium electrical components, full immersion cleaning system and forced air dryer technology to produce consistently high quality cleaning results over an extended machine life. The washer is designed for easy maintenance access that will allow easy drum removal with no crane required.

The washer is a wash, rinse and blow-off machine in a small footprint of 5.3 ft. wide × 11 ft. deep × 5.3 ft. height. The part production rate is 12 cu. ft./hr. at 2 rpm design drum speed with a variable speed drive capable of 1 to 3 rpm. This machine offers full immersion cleaning, eliminating any need for pumps and nozzles.

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