Press Release Summary:
VersaForce(i) conveyorized parts washer with immersion cleans with no operator intervention and is suitable for cellular parts manufacturing applications. AquaCell offers in-process cleaning, one person operation, and self-contained design. Recirculating spray wash and air blowoff stages are standard. RTW parts washer has rotating basket below submergence and handles gross amounts of oils and chips with immersion spray and rotation action.
Original Press Release:
Stoelting, Inc. To Exhibit Two New Aqueous Washers at IMTS 2002, Booth #4464
The new VersaForce(i) w/immersion cleans with no operator intervention, and delivers effective parts cleaning capability at an economical price. Multiple cleaning actions are available in a small footprint: Immersion Pre-wash, Spray-under-immersion Wash, Spray-in-air Post Wash, Blowoff Chem Iso, Spray-in-air Rinse, Heated Dry. Stainless Steel Constructed, this conveyorized parts washer is ideal for cleaning parts in cellular parts manufacturing applications.
The fundamental principal of lean manufacturing is the elimination of waste and cost. The Stoelting AquaCell Parts Washer was designed for Lean Manufacturing Environments.
AquaCell features include: In-Process Cleaning, One Person Operation, Portable and Flexible, Self-Contained Design, Recirculating Spray Wash and Air Blowoff Stages as standard, Designed to Support the Operator (allows operator to keep parts flowing smoothly with no interruptions), and Supports One-Piece/ Small Lot Flow. The AquaCell's simplified design reduces both
investment and down time, plus has a narrow width design for proper fit in a lean cell environment.
Other systems Stoelting will be exhibiting at IMTS 2002 include the VersaForce parts washer designed for manufacturing cells, featuring compact sizes with in-line or u-bend configuration
for flexibility; the AquaForce conveyorized washer featuring Stoelting's patented non-clog spray tubes; MPW (Mini Parts Washer) compact conveyorized system for continuous parts cleaning at the point of manufacture; and the RTW - small industrial rotating basket below submergence parts washer designed to handle gross amounts of manufacturing oils and chips, with immersion spray and rotation action combining to create an effective means of cleaning small parts with blind holes.
Established in 1905, Stoelting, Inc. headquartered in Kiel, Wisconsin, designs and manufactures a complete line of parts cleaning equipment, offering a variety of configurations
to meet your specific washing needs. All systems are stainless steel constructed for long life and dependability. Sales and service operations are located throughout the United States,
Europe, South America, Asia and Canada. Call 1-800-545-0661, visit our website: stoelting. com, or stop in at our booth #4464 at IMTS for further information.