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CTG Clean Sanitizing Tunnels

Unitech sanitizing tunnels are an excellent solution for sanitizing a wide variety of equipment and products. Our tunnel washers have been engineered to meet application requirements while lowering the risk of contamination and improving environmental safety.

Unitech Sanitizing Tunnel Advantages:

  • Uninterrupted flow of sanitizing solution is effectively applied to all product surfaces
  • Innovative design removes belt from product to allow 360° coverage during the spraying
  • Crevice free construction minimizes risk of contamination
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RTL Cell-U-Clean Washer

Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group, is pleased to announce the addition of the Cell-U-Clean line to our selection of aqueous parts washers. This new line has been specifically designed to be a compact and effective parts cleaning option for peak efficiency in cell manufacturing environments.

The Cell-U-Clean line was developed with a small footprint in mind. These washers feature single point load and unload to accommodate cell manufacturing configeraturations. Our Cell-U-Clean high-capacity cabinet washers are available in work envelopes ranging from 6” to 36”.

All products in the Cell-U-Clean line feature stainless steel construction and are built with standard off-the-shelf components to ensure long life and ease of maintenance. Our platform-based cabinet type parts washers require little engineering to fit your application, making them extremely cost competitive. They can be set up in a cell to be robot tended or manually loaded.

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When looking for an alternative to environmentally harmful parts cleaning solvents, manufacturers have turned to aqueous parts cleaning methods, including ultrasonic parts cleaning. In this post we’ll provide an overview of both aqueous parts cleaning and ultrasonic parts cleaning, and what to consider when choosing a parts cleaning method.

What is Aqueous Parts Cleaning?

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The process of recovering used diesel engine components and machining them to a condition that meets or surpasses OEM quality is called diesel engine remanufacturing, or as it is commonly known in the industry, diesel reman. Diesel engine remanufacturing does not repair or rebuild parts from a point of failure but rebuilds them from the core part to include engineering updates that meet new and improved standards.

Growing Demand for Remanufactured Parts

The automotive and...Read more

Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC, is proud to introduce an innovation in a spray and ultrasonic combination aqueous parts cleaning system. The new Rotosonic (Patent Pending) will clean heavily soiled parts in a single machine, rather than having to purchase a spray cabinet and an ultrasonic machine separately. This new machine gives the ultimate in flexibility, allowing...Read more

The level of scrutiny given to manufactured parts has never been higher than it is today. Between the demands of lean manufacturing objectives and strict regulatory requirements, the parts you deliver must be absolutely free of defects, including contamination and debris.

Considering the importance of parts quality, it is a good idea for manufacturers...Read more

Parts Washing EquipmentWhether we are running appliances, charging phones or turning on lights, accessing electricity is a convenience we take for granted. As long as our devices do what they are expected to do, we do not give electricity a second thought beyond plugging into the outlet. It is, however, important to consider what happens behind the wall in terms of electricity. There can be significant variations in the connections, which may be of considerable importance when powering equipment such as parts washers.

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Four Questions to Ask in Evaluating your Parts Cleaning Equipment

  1. Was the current system designed to wash the parts it is currently washing?
  2. Are the parts meeting the required level of cleanliness?
  3. Is the current system meeting needs efficiently?
  4. Are you able to meet schedule requirements with the current system?

Too often, many operations rely on a parts cleaning system that is just getting them...Read more

When planning for new parts cleaning equipment you are likely to focus on equipment capabilities and how the new equipment will meet your needs. While these are essential considerations, there is another factor to consider that is often overlooked until it is too late – designing for floor space efficiency.

Planning for the installation of any new equipment, including a parts cleaning system, must not only involve finding space, but planning for that space. Without proper...Read more

The cleaning of parts is a comprehensive process, which typically includes three key steps: washing, rinsing, and drying. Many people don't realize that the options available for each of these steps are as diverse as the parts involved. It is important to select the right technologies suited to the part for each phase of the parts cleaning process.

It may be difficult to discern the individual steps in some applications due to overlap, however the following provides a breakdown of each...Read more

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