The CB series is designed for inline cleaning of a wide variety of manufactured parts at speeds that match your production process. All of the machines in this series are built primarily of stainless steel and other corrosion-resistant materials and are fully modular. Designed primarily for higher volume production cleaning, the parts are transferred through wash, rinse, blow-off and dry stages. The parts cleaned in these machines can range from a few ounces to several hundred pounds. This series comes standard with water make-up, level control, digitally controlled heat, filtration, stainless steel mesh belt with flights and the durability you would expect from a company that has been building tanks for over 90 years.
The Mini-Tunnel Sonics was designed to achieve increased throughput and critical cleaning for simple and complex shapes. The in-line ultrasonic capability allows for high speed continuous product cleaning and utilizes; spray, immersion, blow-off, and heated drying. The radial transducer provides 360 degree part contact resulting in cavitation levels that are 10 times, or more, as great at the same power input as conventional flat type transducers. To accommodate larger parts the series belt width can be extended through the use of flat transducers delivering ultrasonic power from the top and bottom of the conveyor belt.
The Mini-Tunnel Sonics was designed to achieve increased throughput and critical cleaning for simple and complex shapes. The in-line ultrasonic capability allows for high speed continuous product cleaning and utilizes; spray, immersion, blow-off, and heated drying.
|Belt Width (inches)||2″||2″||4″||4″||12″ to 48″|
|Machine Width (inches)||50||50||50||50||Custom|
|Height Opening (inches)||29||29||29||29||29|
|Radial Transducer Diameter (inches)||3.5″||3.5″||6″||6″||N/A|
|Flat Transducer (inches)||7.5″ to 10.5″|
Properly applied, ultrasonics can perform a more thorough, more complete cleaning job than any other cleaning method. Ultrasonics is a non-destructive method of cleaning which utilizes sound waves to form and implode vapor pockets on the surface of contaminated parts.