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SW1400 hot spray wash machines from Bulbeck EnviroSolutions

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Bulbeck EnviroSolutions has announced the latest addition to its range of hot spray wash machines, the SW1400, which has been designed for automatic parts cleaning in a range of industry sectors.

Well suited for heavy equipment workshops, these wash machines feature an extended lid that can accommodate larger cleaning jobs, and clean parts using the same principal as a household dishwasher.

To clean parts, all that is required is to place the part in the internal basket of the machine, close the lid and push the start button.

These hot spray wash machines have a large, 1400mm diameter basket, and operate from three phase electricity. Designed for easy access and cleaning, they use water and biodegradable detergent, providing an economical, environmentally friendly alternative to hand cleaning.

Components of any size can be cleaned with these machines, including:

  • small parts such as nuts, bolts, plastic or rubber seals
  • alloy components
  • transmissions
  • brake and clutch parts
  • engine blocks; and
  • complete engines.
Also capable of cleaning electrical components such as armatures, stators and rotors, these machines are fitted with a range of safety features to ensure reliable service.

An automatic water control with mains control is fitted to provide element protection, as is a safety interlock switch to shut down the machines while the lid is open. Over seeding is eliminated by ensuring that the electric motor and gearbox drive within these hot spray wash machines drive the turntable at 5rpm.

SW1400 hot spray wash machines offer users a range of performance benefits, which include:

  • reduced running costs and noise level due to full insulation
  • reduced labour costs and improved productivity
  • maximum cleaning efficiency without the need for hazardous chemicals; and
  • environmentally friendly operation.

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