Press Release Summary:
Single-stage, Mini-Max pass-through parts washer features 16 in. wide steel conveyor belt that carries parts through wash tunnel where they are blasted with hot water spray from 360Â° spray manifold. Conveyor belt, made of 1 x 1 in. flat wire mesh, can be adjusted to move at speed of up to 8 fpm. Water is heated by three 9 kW tubular heating elements to temperature up to 140Â°F. The 5 hp, vertical seal-less pump delivers cleaning power up to 110 gpm at 40-50 psi.
Original Press Release:
Cuda Introduces New Single-Stage, Conveyor Aqueous Parts Washer
Cuda Cleaning Systems, a leading manufacturer of automatic aqueous parts washers, has introduced a new single-stage, conveyor parts washer ideal for constant cleaning of parts in an assembly line.
The Mini-Max pass-through parts washer features a 16-inch wide steel conveyor belt that carries the parts through a wash tunnel where parts are blasted with hot water spray from a 360° spray manifold. The conveyor belt, made of 1-by-1 inch flat wire mesh, can be adjusted to move at a speed of up to 8 feet per minute. Parts are always within 10 inches of the spray nozzles for cleaning impact.
Water is heated by three 9 kW tubular heating elements to a temperature of up to 140°F. Models come in three different electrical configurations-230V, 460V and 575V, all 3-phase-as well as a deluxe version with all wetted surfaces made of stainless steel.
A 5 HP vertical seal-less pump, with a high tolerance for metals and other solids in the wash water, delivers cleaning power of up to 110 GPM at 40-50 PSI. Cuda also offers an entire line of detergents formulated to enhance the cleaning capability of aqueous parts washers.
The Mini-Max is ETL safety certified and has an automatic water fill system for protection against low water levels in the wash tank.
Other features of the Cuda conveyor parts washer include:
o Locking casters for portability within the shop or factory;
o 12-inch stainless steel disc oil skimmer;
o Removable debris tray with a 20-mesh screen to prevent pump damage from large particles;
o Y-strainer in the plumbing protects the nozzles in the spray manifold;
o Top lid that provides convenient access to the wash tunnel and also automatically shuts down the machine when opened during operation;
o Convenient push button start/stop, analog conveyor speed control and temperature control;
o Fused lock out with main electrical disconnect in box on rear of equipment for operator protection;
o Sloped tank and capped pipe for easy draining of dirty wash water.
Cuda, with an extensive line of top- and front-load automatic aqueous parts washers, has manufactured equipment since 1993 in its plant at Calumet, Michigan. The Cuda brand is supported by a network of more than 50 trained distributors throughout the U.S. and Canada.
For more details, contact Crismon Lewis, 1-800-547-8672, Ext. 175.