RTO Parts Washer Designed for Robot Loading Interface
The Renegade I-Series RTO return-to-operator wash dry carousel parts washer boosts cellular operations and is designed to interface with robotic loading and unloading.
The Renegade I-Series RTO return-to-operator wash dry carousel parts washer from Renegade Parts Washers cleans and dries industrial components without solvents to lower environmental impact, increase automation and reduce labor costs. The cleaning and drying system boosts cellular operations and is designed to interface with robotic loading and unloading.
The parts washer transports parts via gear-driven carousel operation and the wash zone contains strategically-placed wash nozzles to deliver high-pressure force that cleans hard to reach cavities. The dry zone utilizes heated re-circulating blow dry plus an air knife to thoroughly dry components with blind holes. The Allen-Bradley monitor has touchscreen PLC/HMI controls for a range of programmable settings.
The washer provides precision cleaning and drying in a compact footprint. Safety features include dual safety light curtain and multiple e-stops. Removable panels allow access to wash and dry chambers for user maintenance. Custom fixture designs enable fixture/part change-over.
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.
While not glamorous, cleaning is a necessity for quality parts production. This supplier provides a solution to many of the issues shops face for fast, effective and environmentally friendly parts cleaning.