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8/6/2008

Rotary Drum Washers Offer Flexibility

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The company adds rotary drum washers to its complete line of cleaning equipment. They are designed for high-volume production and cellular processing and are suited for solvent-free cleaning and light to heavy industrial parts processing. Their flexible design allows the end user to incorporate nearly any combinati

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The company adds rotary drum washers to its complete line of cleaning equipment. They are designed for high-volume production and cellular processing and are suited for solvent-free cleaning and light to heavy industrial parts processing. Their flexible design allows the end user to incorporate nearly any combination of detergent washing, rinsing, rust inhibit, chip removal and drying, the company says.

The company’s line of cleaning equipment also includes spray washers, cellular models, Lewis ultrasonics, agitation cleaning technology and vapor degreasers.

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