7/31/2014

Table Top Aqueous Parts Washer

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ADF Systems Ltd.’s Model 8 table top aqueous parts washer is designed for use in maintenance operations or production work stations.

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ADF Systems Ltd.’s Model 8 table top aqueous parts washer is designed for use in maintenance operations or production work stations. For production applications, cutting fluids and chips can be quickly removed for subsequent or secondary application. For maintenance work, hard to remove material can be soaked by letting the solution flow over the parts.  Cleaning is accomplished with a flow through brush using environmentally friendly hot water and detergents. After the part or parts are cleaned, the solution flows through a felt blanket filter before returning to the reservoir, removing dirt particles larger than 100 microns. Water temperature is maintained by a thermostatically controlled immersion heater.  

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