Spray Washer Suitable for Large Molds

The Ransohoff Mega Jet Pressure Blast has a delivery system that CTG says is ideal for intricate details on machined parts.


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Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, has introduced its Mega Jet Pressure Blast, an economical, manual, high-pressure spray washer for very large, heavy parts where floor space comes at a premium. The Mega Jet Pressure Blast is one of the products in the Ransohoff LeanJet line of cabinet parts washers. The parts can be loaded with an overhead hoist crane onto a rotating table. Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC says that the delivery system is an innovative solution that has proven to be ideal for intricate details on machined parts.

The Mega Jet Pressure Blast is contained in stainless-steel housing. It’s cleaning process provides high pressure spray that is manipulated by hand to the various geometries of the parts. The washer runs 3–4 cycles per hour. The washer comes with compressed air jets for drying. It comes with a programmable controller and an HMI screen. Some typical applications for this machine include large gears, large aviation components, large molds and large dunnage parts.


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