Bench Top parts Washer (Aqueous)
- Works best with Heavy Duty Degreaser
- Table top placement
- great for smaller shops that don’t need a large parts washer
- Corrosion resistant heavy-duty pump
- Flo-thru brush
- On-off switch built into cord
- Stainless steel lid and top
- Spring loaded door closer
- Heavy-duty, high density polyethylene tank
- Can easily fit a 12 gear bicycle cassette in wash tub
EcoMaster 50 Details
The Eco Master 50 bench top parts washer by is a simple solution to not needing a huge parts washer. Built of high grade polyethylene with a spring loaded stainless steel top it can take most any small part needing to be thoroughly cleaned. With its built in flow through replaceable brush you can tackle any built up grime and not have to worry about getting your hands dirty or taking the grease from one brush to another.
Tank: 13-1/4″W x 19″L x 7″D
Overall: 15-1/2″W x 21-1/2″L x 10-1/2″H
Electric: 115VAC 60HZ 1Amp
Operating fluid capacity 3-4 gallons
Common industries Water Works is in use
- State DOT Agency’s
- Aerospace / Aviation
- Agriculture & Farming
- Automotive Manufacturing & Repair
- Food Manufacturing / Processing
- Forestry / Timber
- Health Care & Nursing Homes
- Oil & Lubricants
- Metal Fabrication
- Municipal Services
- Nuclear Power
- Performance Racing
- Pulp & Paper
- Restaurant & Hospitality
- Schools, Colleges & Universities
- Transportation & Fleet Maintenance
- Warehousing & Material Handling
The four important aspects to cleaning
Concentration: Most aqueous cleaning technologies are designed to be diluted with water to deliver cost savings. Often, the more concentrated (also described as less dilute) the product used, the better the cleaning efficiency. In the case of Water Works™ Heavy Duty Degreaser, this is usually the case. However, some applications will require a less concentrated (more dilute) solution for better performance, i.e. ultrasonic applications.
Agitation: The addition of kinetic energy (movement) to the cleaning process aids any cleaning activity. Common forms of agitation include brushing, scrubbing, wiping, spraying, or even a flow of fluid across a surface.
Time: The longer the cleaning solution remains in contact with the soil, the more cleaning efficiency you will get from the cleaner. This is commonly called dwell time.
Temperature: As in the case of kinetic energy, the addition of caloric energy (heat) can make cleaning more efficient. As with any water based cleaner, including your washing machine or dishwasher at home, warmer water will improve cleaning performance.