Rotosonic Combines Parts Cleaning Processes

Originally titled 'System Combines Parts Cleaning Processes'
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Rotosonic cleans heavily soiled parts in a single machine, rather than purchasing a spray cabinet and an ultrasonic machine separately.


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Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group, introduces the Rotosonic, a spray and ultrasonic combination aqueous parts cleaning system. The system is designed to clean heavily soiled parts in a single machine, so users do not have to purchase separate spray cabinets and ultrasonic machines. The system can perform one or both cleaning processes, depending on the user’s needs. The machine is designed to be compact and eliminates safety risks involved with moving parts from washer to washer, according to the company.


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