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Virtual Industrial Washer Selection Tool Streamlines Parts Selection Process

Online industrial washer calculator determines best parts based on a user’s unique criteria.

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International Thermal Systems’ (ITS) virtual industrial washer selection tool is designed to provide companies in the automotive, aerospace, power generation, building products, foundry and metal stamping industries with a streamlined, customized experience to select the best industrial parts washer for their application. The TruClean washer online calculator determines the best TruClean model for the cleaning process based on a user’s unique criteria. By answering a few questions about the wash process (including part size, part weight and production rate per hour), the calculator will output the TruClean model best suited for the user’s application.

“The TruClean online calculator tool helps companies be more efficient in their production process,” says Tom Stricker, president of International Thermal Systems. “The virtual tool was designed to provide prospects and customers with an efficient method for determining the right washer for their production process, as well as offer information to help make the best purchasing decision.”

The online selection tool determines if the user’s production application requires a front loading or top loading batch washer, and calculates the appropriate conveyor washer belt width. TruClean washers are offered in 12 standard sizes for basic applications. For more complex cleaning requirements, ITS offers specialized consultation in the selection of custom-engineered washer solutions.

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