Ransohoff Spray Cabinet Offers Small Footprint, High-Volume Cleaning
This spray washer is designed as a high-capacity machine with low energy usage.
The Cell-U-Clean Return to Load (RTL) spray cabinet provides an energy-efficient solution for high-volume cleaning needs.
Ransohoff, a division of the Cleaning Technologies Group, offers a Cell-U-Clean Return to Load (RTL) spray cabinet, which features a small footprint platform. The cabinet provides an energy-efficient solution for high-volume cleaning needs and features a design for small part cleaning applications, the company says.
The RTL, a member of the Cell-U-Clean line of parts washers, is a cabinet return to operator washer for parts up to 40 lbs. The RTL platform comes standard as a wash blowoff unit, but can be configured with an additional liquid stage when rinsing or when a rust protection application is required.
The RTL has a small footprint of 5 ft. wide × 8 ft. long × 6.8 ft. tall. The part production rate is up to 120 parts per hour, with a variable speed table drive. It is constructed of all stainless steel and comes with a robot loading option.
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