3/4/2015 | 1 MINUTE READ

Triple Action Batch Cleaning System for Challenging Parts

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Cleaning Technologies Group offers the LeanJet RB-1 cleaning System that uses a washing and rinsing process of agitation, spray impingement, hydraulic purging through immersion and rotation, ultrasonics, and heated blow-off drying.

Cleaning Technologies Group offers the LeanJet RB-1 cleaning System that uses a washing and rinsing process of agitation, spray impingement, hydraulic purging through immersion and rotation, ultrasonics, and heated blow-off drying. The "triple action" batch cleaning process was developed specifically to process a range of challenging parts, especially those with internal bores and passages and complex geometries, making this system capable of meeting critical cleaning expectations.

The LeanJet RB-1 Gen 3 parts washer also features the latest Siemens programmable controller and operator interface screen. This controls platform boosts system flexibility for automation integration, process control and data logging while offering an intuitive user interface. The RB-1 has many enhancements for easy maintenance such as larger access doors, larger tank access lids, bolt on air knife and more.  The new RB-1 has a small foot print of 4ft. wide x 7ft. deep x 6.6 ft. height.

The company will also display the PROHT sonic tank, which is an ultrasonic cleaning system made of all stainless steel construction. Available in various sizes and intended to sit easily on a workbench or as a drop-in, these parts washers offer the same cleaning capabilities as the more elaborate models, but at a lower price. 

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