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Six Questions to Consider in Choosing Parts Cleaning Equipment

Six Questions to Consider in Choosing Parts Cleaning Equipment

Removing various undesirable materials from component parts is a common requirement for many manufacturing processes. An investment in parts cleaning equipment has the potential to pay for itself exponentially in terms of increased output, process efficiency, and product quality. In order to gain the most from your parts cleaning equipment investment, choosing the right system for your new product line is extremely important.

It is important to understand that no specific cleaning method works for every part.  There are many dependable parts cleaning options available. Answering the following six questions will help you determine which equipment will be the best choice for your process.

What type of parts do you need to clean? 

Your choice of cleaning equipment will depend upon whether the parts are a solid piece or made up of an assembly of components. The types of surfaces - rough, smooth, or textured - should also be considered.

What kind of material is the part made from?

The material or materials parts are made from should be considered.  Different types of detergents and parts washers are necessary for the proper cleaning metal, plastic, steel, stainless, cast iron, brass, copper, and other types of materials.

RANSOHOFF INTRODUCES THE MEGA JET PRESSURE BLAST FOR LARGE PART CLEANING APPLICATONS

The Mega Jet Pressure Blast is an economical manual high-pressure spray washer for very large, heavy parts where floor space comes at a premium. The parts can be loaded with an overhead hoist crane on to a rotating table. The innovative solution delivery system has proven to be ideal for intricate details on machined parts.

The Mega Jet Pressure Blast is contained in a stainless-steel housing with the robust construction that Ransohoff is known for. It’s unique cleaning process provides high pressure spray impingement manipulated by hand to the various geometries of the parts. The Mega Jet Pressure Blast has a work envelope of 48” high and a 24” diameter. Some typical applications for this machine can include: large gears, large aviation components, large molds and large dunnage parts.

For more information about the Mega Jet Pressure Blast, visit the Mega Jet Pressure Blast product page.

BLACKSTONE-NEY ULTRASONICS INTRODUCES NEW CLEANING SOLUTIONS AT SEMICON WEST 2017

July 2017 – Cincinnati, OH

Semicon West

Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, is a recognized leader in ultrasonic technology, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the Semicon West 2017 in San Francisco, California July 11 - 13, 2017.  Visitors to Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Booth 5734 will be introduced to a number of new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:

BLACKSTONE-NEY ULTRASONICS INTRODUCES NEW CLEANING SOLUTIONS AT NASF SUR/FIN 2017

June 9, 2017 – Cincinnati, OH

Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the NASF Sur/Fin in Atlanta, Georgia June 19 - 21, 2017. Visitors to Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Booth #722 will be introducing several new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:

AgiSonic® Ultrasonic Parts Washer Cleaning System (also known as the “WashMaster & Grease Monkey Plus™”) is robust line of ultrasonic cleaning systems designed for heavy duty parts washing with vertical parts agitation and up to 21 watts per gallon/5.4 watts per liter of 40 kHz ultrasonics.

The AgiSonic parts washer is so versatile; it can be found operating in the harshest industrial environment and in the most demanding medical clean rooms.

Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC introduces new cleaning solutions at the Eastec 2017.

EastecCleaning Technologies Group, a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the Eastec 2017 in West Springfield, MA May 16 - 18, 2017. Visitors to Cleaning Technologies Group Booth #3328 will be introduced to several new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:


 

Lean-Jet RB-1

New Lean-Jet® RB-1

The new Lean-Jet® RB-1 Gen 4 Cleaning System is the next advancement in immersion cleaning that uses a patented washing and rinsing process with a combination of spray/immersion, ultrasonics, rotate/rock and heated blow-off drying. This new design allows for a 10% increase in production with unlimited flexibility and increased bath life. The modular design of the new RB-1 allows an additional rinse stage to be easily added to the machine.

See the GMC 3523 Grease Monkey Ultrasonic Cleaning System on Graveyard Carz

Blasckstone-NEY Ultrasonics and Safety-Kleen have teamed up with Graveyard Carz by providing them with a Grease Monkey GMC 3523 to assist them with their parts cleaning requirements.  Click on the video link to see more.

The GMC 3523 automated ultrasonic cleaning system features a self-contained cleaning tank designed to simply, safely, and consistently clean a wide variety of parts requiring ultrasonic cleaning. This method of cleaning provides superior results while also providing significant savings in time and resources.

The internal tank working dimensional measure 35” wide, by 20” front to back, and it has a nominal working depth of over 10”. This makes the system suitable from everything from a small handful of components to larger assemblies, and useful for businesses ranging from small shops to large facilities.

Functions and features of the GMC 3523 system include:

Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC Names Eric Kenney President Of Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics

April 11, 2017 – Cincinnati, OH

Eric KenneyEric Kenney was named President of Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics effective March 1, 2017.  Mr. Kenney will be responsible for all operations at the Jamestown, NY location.  He will report directly to Barney Bosse, CEO of Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC. 

Mr. Kenny started at Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics in 2016 as the Global OEM Account Manager for Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics.    Eric’s background includes extensive sales & marketing and senior management experience.

“Eric has quickly gained the respect of the organization and is positioned to lead us into the future.  He brings that unique combination of management savvy along with technical competency that is required for Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics to be successful.” – said Barney Bosse, Chief Executive Office of Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC

Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC introduces new cleaning solutions at the Parts Cleaning Expo 2017

Cleaning Technologies Group, a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the Parts Cleaning Expo (PCx) show in Columbus, Ohio April 25 - 27, 2017. Visitors to Cleaning Technologies Group Booth #1412 will be introduced to several new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:

PCx 2017

New Lean-Jet® RB-1

The new Lean-Jet® RB-1 Gen 4 Cleaning System is the next advancement in immersion cleaning that uses a patented washing and rinsing process with a combination of spray/immersion, ultrasonics, rotate/rock and heated blow-off drying. This new design allows for a 10% increase in production with unlimited flexibility and increased bath life. The modular design of the new RB-1 allows an additional rinse stage to be easily added to the machine.

CLEANING TECHNOLOGIES GROUP, LLC PROMOTES CHRIS WHITTAKER TO VICE PRESIDENT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING

Chris WhittakerCleaning Technologies Group (CTG) announces the promotion of Chris Whittaker to Vice President Business Development & Marketing.  Chris formerly served as Vice President of Sales & Marketing.  In his new role, Chris will be responsible for global business growth of the Ransohoff Division of products and services.  He will retain the global marketing responsibilities for all of the CTG divisions.

“In this role, Chris will utilize his strong customer skills and business knowledge to grow the Ransohoff Division’s products and customers.  His focus is on new customer and business development globally with existing products to new customers or new products to existing customers. “Said Barney Bosse, Chief Executive Office of Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC.

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