Our standard line of cabinet washers are available with turntable sizes ranging in diameters from 18″ to 72″, and with standard work heights (over the turntable) of 72”. Customized versions of these spray washers are available with varying heights to meet the working dimensions for your cleaning process.
Utilizing spray technology, our cabinet washers are effectively used in industries ranging from remanufactured railroad drivetrain parts to in-process cleaning for jet engine components.
With little engineering required to fit your application, our platform based cabinet type parts washers are extremely cost competitive.
Ransohoff offers a full range of energy efficient conveyor washers, from standard off the shelf LeanVeyor units to fully customized monorail cleaning systems for your most challenging application.
Utilizing spray or a combination of spray, immersion and ultrasonic technologies, our conveyor washer product line can be a perfect match for any industry. From large stampings just off the press to intricate valve bodies in need of final cleaning, these washers can be customized for your specific application. Whether your application calls for a barebones, small footprint wash and dry machine or a fully automated and integrated final cleaning system- Ransohoff’s experience goes to work for you to ensure a successful end product.
When you compare our conveyor washers feature for feature to those of the competition you will find that based on our design, component selection and reputation for durability CTG is the leader in conveyor washer technology.
Ransohoff drum washers are ruggedly constructed parts washers that provide a lifetime of reliable service in the harshest industrial environments. We have drum washers in the field that continue to operate at full capacity after more than fifty years of service.
Utilizing both, spray and immersion technology, our drum washers are effectively used in industries ranging from remanufactured automotive parts, screw machine parts, cold headed, to final cleaning for ammunition shells and bullets.
Aside from cleaning, these drums can also be used to process polishing and surface finishing media along with your parts. Whether your needs are for a continuous, batch, burnishing, cob or media operation, Ransohoff has the experience to provide the drum washer to meet your specifications.
Rotary Basket Industrial Parts Washers
Designed to fit into your work cell area or a smaller production environment, the Rotary Basket immersion cleaning systems offered by Ransohoff clean using our patented washing and rinsing process of agitation, spray impingement, rotation, hydraulic purging through immersion, and heated blow-off drying. Totally enclosed self-ventilating process – operator is not exposed to vapors or mists found in other cleaning processes.
As a standard design, these cell washers process parts in the industry standard Kadon style basket designed to hold and protect your delicate parts during the entire cleaning process. Our carriage can be modified to accommodate your current baskets or new, custom fixtures.
Ransohoff’s immersion cleaning process is superior to other cleaning systems because only filtered wash and rinse solution enters the cleaning chamber. Your cleaned parts are never subjected to the dirty, unfiltered wash/rinse solutions associated with turbulated dip tank style systems.
The Ultrasonic LeanVeyor Immersion Cleaning System utilizes a combination of spray, immersion, and ultrasonic cleaning technologies and has proven successful in achieving Six Sigma consistency in a number of applications requiring high production outputs and tight cleanliness levels. Parts with complex and internal geometries that need final cleaning prior to assembly are ideal candidates. This cleaning process has proven to significantly reduce or eliminate warranty related failures that would be attributed to inadequate part cleaning.
The first process in this powerful combination is a spray wash using mechanical impingement to quickly remove gross levels of contamination from parts. Higher pressures can be used to remove greater amounts of debris; however, the limitation of spray technology is that “line of sight” is required to be fully effective.
After scouring the external surfaces of the parts, the second process uses ultrasonic technology and is done in an immersion environment. The mechanical cleaning component of ultrasonics is the cavitation effect. Among nature’s most dramatic amplifiers of energy density, cavitation generates extreme local temperatures and pressures.
We have been successful in meeting stringent cleanliness specifications down to 50 microns. Recent applications include transmission shafts, turbine blades, fuel rails, compressor parts and medical implants. This technology is well suited for precision cleaning in all industries.