NexGen Enviro Systems Parts Washing Units
We offer parts washing systems solvent medium. Ultrasonic cleaners are specifically designed for different industries are available for critical cleaning efforts like aerospace connectors and flexo printing rollers.
One of the main industries we serve is the print industry which depends on producing a finished product that looks professional. If machinery and parts aren’t regularly cleaned, it can show up in the work, cause errors and also slow down the process. Our solvent, ultrasonic and water-based units are efficient and can help cut down on material costs. They come in different models designed for various types of parts and systems. if you have questions about any of these options or are looking to customize your system, call us or fill out our contact form.
We also provide industrial parts washing machines that will help your business to comply with environmental regulations connected with hazardous waste that may accumulate on materials and parts. They also allow you to cut down on costs by giving you consistent cleaning results and speeding up washing times. NexGen’s systems are designed for a multitude of applications. Browse through our products page and let us know which system works best for your business.
What Different Types Of Parts Washing Systems Are There?
There are solvent based washing systems, ultrasonic washing systems, Washing Units for Anilox, Rotogravure Cylinders, and Flexographic Printing Plates, and water based washing units.
Can I Use The Same Parts Washing System For Different Projects?
No, different projects may have different requirements to be cleaned. For example, a water-based unit may be unable to properly clean specific machine parts and a solvent based unit may be too strong or unnecessary to clean others.
What Are Some Cleaning Methods Associated With Parts Washers?
Solvent Based Washing Units, Ultrasonic Washing Units, Washing Units for Anilox, Rotogravure Cylinders, and Flexographic Printing Plates, Water Based Washing Units.
How Often Do I Have To Change Out The Parts Washer Cleaning Solution?
You should change out the cleaning solution as often as you need to. Every business is different and depending on how frequent you use it, the more you need to change out the old cleaning solution. Once it starts taking longer to clean or it’s not cleaning as well as it should, then you know it’s time to change it out. Also, just adding more cleaner to the existing solution isn’t the way to go; for your parts to be fully clean, the solution needs to be completely switched out.
What Size Parts Can Be Cleaned?
We offer several different types of parts washing systems that are made for specific parts of all shapes and sizes.
NexGen serves thousands of customers with all kinds of needs. Whether you’re a large corporation or a small business, we can provide a system that’s right for your cleaning job. Our parts washers can be customized to fit the needs of your company and our high-pressure washing technology will cut down on cleaning time and save money. We have on-site engineers available who can help find or customize a system that’s suited to your company and to answer any questions or explain details about the system.
AutoClean – Motor Engine Cleaning Machine systems are specifically designed for the high and precision cleaning demands of transportation industries. The AutoClean range has been designed with engine components in mind, cleaning all types of parts from cylinder heads, injectors, engine blocks, brakes discs, gearboxes, and radiators can all benefit from this machine type.
MultiClean – Multistage Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems tanks can include multiple configurations including pre-washing, ultrasonic cleaning, rinsing, passivation and drying.
Manual Handling Systems has two options:
Crane Handling System – In this type of system the basket transfer is completed by electrical or pneumatic crane from tank to tank. The maximum handling weight is up to 5 tons.
Pneumatic Handling System – These systems are a newly designed type of handling systems. The vertical movement is controlled via a button on the control arm of the robot which works with a pneumatic piston.
Automatic Handling Systems reduce the running costs of multistage systems by assuring consistent, repeatable quality, reducing reject rates, labor costs, and increasing throughput.