Product Announcement from JENFAB
JENFAB's Agitation Immersion parts washers with 50 years proven capability for high production cleaning of precision turned, CNC machined, stampings, and deep drawn components. Agitated Immersion-Turbulation and Ultrasonic Cleaning available for optimal cleaning action to remove chips-lubricants and shop soils. Lean Clean parts washers are used for cellular cleaning.
Jenfab offers several Agitated Immersion Parts Washers for various manufacturing processes designed to meet virtually every production requirement. From One Piece Part Flow, In-Line production, Low Volume to High Volume.
JENFAB manufactures both standard and custom aqueous cleaning systems, industrial aqueous part washers, solvent free parts washers and metal parts cleaning equipment. The JENFAB product line includes vertical agitation immersion washers, automotive parts washers, belt conveyor spray washers, ultrasonic degreasers, ultrasonic cleaners and ultrasonic cleaning equipment. We also offer a full line of cellular parts washers for lean manufacturing work cells and one piece flow part cleaning.
- Bearing Industry
- Bio Medical
- Cold Heading
- Die Cast
- General Manufacturing
- Machined Parts
- Metal Finishing
- Metal Forming
- Screw Machine
Jenfab offers several types of Solvent Free Aqueous Cleaning equipment for use in MRO including Aviation, Automotive, Construction and Military Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul. This Water based cleaning equipment includes spray washing, agitated immersion cleaning and Ultrasonic cleaning with some machines combining all three types.
Environmentally friendly Solvent free Aqueous cleaning can provide better cleaning results with lower operationg costs and complies with Green Manufacturing directives.
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Jenfab VERTIMATIC systems with ultrasonics are precision, high volume, vertical agitation parts washers. They can be configured as cellular, central or in-line systems, with up-and-down parts agitation, ultrasonics and rotation in solution for faster, more thorough ... more at The Jenfab Blog.