Infinitely variable equipment for precision component cleaning, degreasing, passivation and drying applications.
Multi-stage ultrasonic cleaning and passivation system.
Multi-stage ultrasonic aqueous cleaning equipment to include the following features :-
• Fully automated and manual options available.
• All stainless steel construction – traceability certification available.
• Pickled, passivated and electro-polished to extend operational life.
• Heated tank utilising direct contact tube heaters for energy efficiency and longevity.
• Thermostatically controlled.
• Bolt-in removeable ultrasonic transducers ensure minimal downtime and extend tank life.
• Multi-frequency ultrasonic transducers. All ultrasonics use sweep frequency technology.
• Separate ultrasonic generator.
• Particulate filtration of process tanks ensures highest level of component cleanliness
• Filter micron size to client specification – sub micron available.
• Automated processing controlled using PLC ladder logic and an HMI touchscreen.
• Fully bunded - all pipework remains inside the plan area of the bunded tray
• Insulated frame to maintain heat and optimal energy efficiency.
• State of the art design configuration and sophisticated control ensure consistent cleaning results, maximum flexibility of process and low running costs.
• All controls use the latest technology and all parts used are available from major manufacturers.
• Controls are routed through the PLC ensuring maximum flexibility and control of process.
• Forced warm air drying with HEPA filtration
• Vacuum drying available.
• Automatic drain, fill & lids available.
• Detergent monitoring and dosing available.
• Modem fitted for remote diagnostics
• All equipment is designed, manufactured, fully assembled, programmed and tested in the UK
• Operates from standard mains voltage.
• CE Certified – UL approval also available.
• A comprehensive manual is supplied with each system which includes operation and maintenance instructions, recommended spares, PLC ladder and touchscreen programs, schematic circuit diagrams of fluid flow and electrical circuits.
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