Industrial Parts Washers
What Should I Consider When Selecting the Right Parts Washer?
Both your Graymills™ distributor and our factory-trained representatives are prepared to offer any assistance in selecting your degreaser parts cleaner. The more of the following information you furnish, the quicker—and more precisely—the appropriate parts washer, for your part degreasing and cleaning needs, can be selected.
- Soils to be removed.
- Current cleaning method used.
- Material(s) from which your parts are manufactured.
- Size, weight, configuration, and quantity of the parts to be cleaned per day.
- Operations immediately before and after cleaning. (e.g. “machine before/paint after.”)
- Preferred method of handling: manual or automatic.
- Single or multi-step cleaning required.
- Type of cleaning fluid: solvent or water-based.
What Part Washer Sizing is Available?
Graymills provide a broad range of degreasers to be used on parts of all shapes, sizes and capacities. Our economical and industrial grade washers work across a broad range of industries. From automotive to manufacturing Graymills has the parts washing machines to satisfy your specific requests.
What Are the Benefits of a Parts Washer?
Adding an industrial parts washer to your workplace provides many benefits:
- Reduces labor time
- Makes for a safe work environment
- Increases lifetime of equipment and parts
- Saves money
Parts Washer Systems
Manual Parts Washers
Available in designs specifically adapted for either solvent or aqueous cleaning fluids, manual parts washers are the most common parts washers in the marketplace. They are typically the lowest cost and are best used for light, sporadic cleaning, to more involved cleaning. Manual washers may incorporate one or more of the following features: soak, brush, directed stream, and fluid agitation.Learn More
Ultrasonic Parts Washers
Ultrasonic systems work by inducing controlled cavitation in the cleaning fluid. Cavitation bubbles form and collapse suddenly, releasing tremendous energy against the surfaces of objects immersed in the tank. This action "scrubs" hard to remove soils from the parts. Cavitation is determined by the frequency of the unit.Learn More
Immersion Parts Washers
Immersion cleaning is the process by which the parts to be cleaned are placed in the cleaning solution to come in contact with the entire surface of the parts. Immersion cleaning is preferred for parts that must be placed in baskets and for processes requiring a long soaking time because of the type of contamination to be removed or the shape of the parts.Learn More
Heavy Duty Spray Wash Cabinets
Quick and effective cleaning is accomplished by a powerful spray of heated, water-based cleaning solution. The continuous high pressure spray blasts away the toughest deposits without damaging precision parts.Learn More
Environmentally Friendly Parts Washers
Graymills' collection of parts washers specifically designed for minimized environmental impact.Learn More
Fluid Conditioning Systems
Cleaning the cleaning fluid of oils and particulate is the key to precision cleaning and extending the life of cleaning fluids.Learn More
Industrial Parts Washers Cleaning Fluids
Graymills fluids are specially formulated to provide optimum cleaning in our parts washers. They are intended to be used for a variety of cleaning needs, and specific formulations are available for cleaning ferrous and non-ferrous metals, rubber and elastomers, parts to be painted, and for removal of many varieties of grease and residue.Learn More