Ransohoff Introduces the New Generation, Robotically Tended Lean-Jet™ RT-18 Cellular Parts Washer

Ransohoff has developed an innovative, patent pending drive system that adds an entirely new level of flexibility to this already extremely effective cellular design. While the previous generation did provide planetary part rotation at each processing station, the new design allows for each individual table to be programed to rotate a part in multiple directions, at varying speeds, or to pause and position a part for dedicated spaying or probing of critical holes or difficult to address areas.

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Ransohoff RT-18

Lean-Jet™ RT-18 Cellular Parts Washer.

Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) December 07, 2013

Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, is proud to introduce its new generation Lean-Jet™ RT-18 robotically tended cellular parts washer. Ransohoff has developed an innovative, patent pending drive system that adds an entirely new level of flexibility to this already extremely effective cellular design. While the previous generation did provide planetary part rotation at each processing station, the new design allows for each individual table to be programed to rotate a part in multiple directions, at varying speeds, or to pause and position a part for dedicated spaying or probing of critical holes or difficult to address areas. As table position is tracked throughout the cycle and parts are positively located at the load and unload station, this design is a perfect match for a robotically tended manufacturing cell.
This cellular washer is available with various configurations offering not only the ability to wash and dry your parts but also rinsing or part cooling if necessary. The RT-18 accommodates a wide range of part sizes, weights and geometries and will produce up to one part, or table of parts, every 30 seconds depending on the application. The new generation Lean-Jet™ RT-18 is available with an Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC and HMI package.

For more information about Cleaning Technologies Group, please visit: http://www.ctgclean.com.

Cleaning Technologies Group, LLC is a world leader in providing innovative cleaning and waste minimization technologies to precision and industrial manufacturing markets. CTG is comprised of Ransohoff located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Blackstone~NEY Ultrasonics located in Jamestown, New York, and CTG Asia located in Suzhou, China. The Group is the premier provider of high technology, environmentally friendly parts-cleaning and waste-minimization equipment and services to the global marketplace. CTG LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of NM Group Global, LLC.

NM Group Global LLC is a holding company for a growing group of manufacturing firms with a global reach for sourcing and marketing. Founded in 2002 with the purchase of National Machinery LLC, the original holding company, and world leader in the development and manufacture of cold forming machines, process technology, and aftermarket services. National Machinery, founded in 1874, is headquartered in Tiffin, Ohio with service centers and sales offices throughout the world.


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