Cleaning Technologies Group Offers Cleaning Systems at PCx 2015

Among the group’s display items will be the LeanJet RB-1 Gen 3 parts cleaner and the benchtop PROHT sonic tank.

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Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, a cleaning and waste minimization technology provider, will introduce its advanced cleaning solutions at the Parts Cleaning Expo (PCx) in Columbus, Ohio April 21-23, 2015. Among the technologies exhibited in Booth #1321 will be the LeanJet RB-1 cleaning system and the PROHT ultrasonic cleaning tank.

The LeanJet RB-1 Gen 3 cleaning system uses a washing and rinsing process that performs agitation, spray impingement, hydraulic purging through immersion and rotation, ultrasonics, and heated blow-off drying. The “triple-action” batch cleaning process was developed specifically to process a range of challenging parts, especially those with internal bores, passages and complex geometries.

This parts washer also features a Siemens programmable controller and operator interface screen. The controls platform boosts system flexibility for automation integration, process control and data logging while offering an intuitive user interface.

The PROHT-series sonic tank, also known as the “Benchtop Series,” is an entry-level ultrasonic cleaning system with a stainless steel construction. Available in various sizes and designed to sit easily on a workbench or as a drop-in, this parts washer offers the same cleaning capabilities as the more elaborate models but at a lower price. According to the company, it is suitable for cleaning small parts on an intermittent to semi-production basis but is not recommended for high-volume cleaning. The tank is available for use with single- or multi-frequency generators.

At the show, the group will have technical experts available to explain these technologies in more depth and provide suggestions to customers for the improvement of cleaning processes.

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