Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) offers a wide range of Ransohoff cleaning solutions that are well suited to meeting the tough requirements of fastener parts cleaning. Our cleaning systems are designed to provide thorough, but gentle cleaning to remove all contaminants from part contours and surfaces. Our parts cleaning equipment assures fastener manufacturers the highest quality results to meet the toughest challenges and most rigorous standards.
Ransohoff Fastener Cleaning Advantages
Standard systems utilizing both, spray and immersion technology, our drum washers are effectively used in the fastener industry. When it comes to inline processes, drum/auger washers are typically the machine of choice for headed parts. This is because they can wash large volumes of parts per hour or can be placed at the end of a press for continuous flow.
Drum washer advantages include:
- High throughput
- Inline with header machine
- Simple/reliable operation
Ransohoff also offers rotary basket parts washers for batch washing. The Ransohoff RB Series is designed to fit into your work cell area or a smaller production environment. The Lean-Jet RB series of immersion cleaning systems cleans uses our patented washing and rinsing process of agitation, spray impingement, rotation, hydraulic purging through immersion, and heated blow-off drying.
Our "triple action" batch cleaning process was developed specifically to process a broad range of challenging parts, especially those with internal bores and passages. The RB Series has also been designed to integrate ultrasonics if needed. The totally enclosed self-ventilating process means the operator is not exposed to vapors or mists found in other cleaning processes.
RB Series advantages include:
- Flexible process times
- Standard process - Wash / Rinse / Dry
- Small to large batch processing
- No mixing of parts
- Stampings: clips, brackets
- Fittings: Copper, brass, stainless steel
- Fasteners: screws, nuts, bolts, nails, rivets
- Screw Machined Parts: tire valve stems, fittings, piping components, etc.
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