As a world leader in the development of cleaning and waste minimization technologies, Cleaning Technologies Group is proud of our Ransohoff Division. For decades, the Ransohoff name has been known for dependable and innovative aqueous parts washers. We are excited to announce that Ransohoff will be introducing a host of advanced cleaning solutions at two important industry events in October.
Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG), a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies is proud to participate in the Eastec 2023 in West Springfield, Massachusetts May 16 - 18, 2023.
Visitors to Cleaning Technologies Group Booth #3135 will get a first-hand look at our new products, and also learn about our technologies and services. Some of the...Read more
We’re happy to announce that CTG is now on Instagram. In today's fast-paced world, social media has become an indispensable tool for businesses like ours to expand their reach and connect with their audience. Among the various social media platforms available, Instagram has emerged as a powerhouse for businesses looking to boost their online presence. With over one billion monthly active users, Instagram offers a vast pool of potential customers to interact with.
Cleaning Technologies Group is excited to be an exhibitor at the 2023 Precision Machining Technology Show, the must-attend event for users of precision machining equipment and services related to machine tools, cutting tools, work handling, materials, parts cleaning, and more.
As a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies, we will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the show, which will take place in Cleveland Ohio, April 18 - 20, 2023. Visitors to Cleaning Technologies Group exhibit, located in Booth #7092, will be introduced to a number of new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:Read more
Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a world leader in providing cleaning and waste minimization technologies, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the MD&M West 2023 in Anaheim, California February 7 – 9. 2023. Visitors to Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Booth #1533 will be introduced several new products, technologies, and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:
Aquarius: Combining ultrasonic cleaning with rinsing, drying and other processing steps in a unitized cleaning console helps assure process integrity. The addition of an automated robotic transfer, environmental enclosure, and DI water systems increases cleanliness levels and provides process consistency while significantly reducing the labor required for parts cleaning.Read more
Ransohoff is proud to offer the Mini Parts Washer. This compact inclined conveyorized cleaning system is designed for cleaning small parts produced in continuous production. This productivity enhancing system is specifically targeted for point of manufacture cleaning. It is ideally suited for cleaning...Read more
Ultrasonic cleaning is a proven method for the safe and effective removal of contaminants from optical components and assemblies. The compounds are used to polish mating surfaces to a perfectly smooth flat surface. In these applications it is absolutely critical that complete cleaning is accomplished while also avoiding scratching or otherwise compromising the product.
The sensitive components used in laser and optic applications must be precision cleaned to provide optimal performance. When contaminants such as smoke or resin accumulate on parts, available power to the equipment is reduced, and may result in damage. Anything less than entirely clean optics can also significantly reduce engraving and cutting quality.
Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics offers a host of cleaning technologies that meet the unique requirements involved with the cleaning of optics, flat panel, and laser components. Our team has developed customized solutions for glass and quartz etching, rinsing, LCD display grade glass, prisms, polycarbonate and ophthalmic lens, laser and fiber optics, aluminum device housings, and more.
Megan Lovitt has joined CTG as the Director of Human Resources effective November 2021. Megan will serve as a member of the executive management team, overseeing all aspects of human resources including management, compensation, employee benefits, and training.
“Megan brings many years of Human Resources experience to CTG and we are excited to welcome her. She will be a strong contributor to the executive team" said our CEO, Barney Bosse.
In today’s manufacturing world, a wide range of businesses are increasing efficiency and improving production with robotic parts washing and other customized automated washing solutions. Automated washing systems offer the added benefit of improving product quality and consistency, while freeing valuable human labor resources for other tasks.
While highly beneficial, the introduction of robotics and automation may initially seem overwhelming to manufacturers who lack experience with this technology. Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) has significant experience and expertise in the development of parts washing systems which include integrated robotic handling and customized automation. We have developed a new first-step guide designed to introduce businesses to the benefits of implementing automated and robotic parts washing systems. Topics include:
- A New Dimension of Capability and Cost Savings
- Programmable Controls for Robotic Parts Handling and Parts Cleaning
- Robot Tended Cells and Modular Design Systems
- Robotic Parts Cleaning In Action
JAMESTOWN, NY – The CTG family of companies is proud to recognize three Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics employees who stepped into a perilous situation to help save a life.
Merle Delcamp, Dean Bennett, and Patti Carlson, employees of Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, each played an important role in the rescue of a local man who was in extreme danger.
When Merle Delcamp and Dean Bennett arrived for work at 6:30 am on Monday, July 19th, they noticed area resident, Mike Campbell, attempting to rescue a man in distress. The victim was an older man who appeared to have fallen into the Chadakoin River and was clinging to a tree.
The river’s rushing current was making the situation especially dangerous, as the three men worked to save the weakened man from the water. A steep cement bank was also impeding the progress of the rescue, making it too difficult for the men to pull the victim to safety.Read more