Metal stampings inside a rotary drum washer.

What Is A Rotary Drum Washer?

Industrial parts washers come in many designs. Depending on your application, you may need a large machine with a conveyor or a smaller, front-loading option that takes up less floor space. Rotary drum washers work well for cleaning high-volume parts, like stampings, fasteners and ammunition casings. What makes a rotary drum different from other parts…

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Jenfab’s Custom Cleaning Solutions & Everyday Impact

Jenfab has one goal: deliver custom cleaning solutions on spec and on time. Since 1960, we’ve been developing aqueous parts washers to meet the needs of manufacturers across numerous industries. Our custom and industrial parts washers don’t only make an impact on our customers; they also make an impact on the world.  Aqueous parts washing…

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How Ultrasonics Can Clean Medical Devices

When it comes to cleaning, all medical devices and instruments must be free from residuals used or created during the manufacturing process. Anything left behind could affect the device’s function later or pose long-term health risks to the person receiving the device. Medical devices, such as knee, hip or ankle implants, and other equipment, like…

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A pile of nuts in basket during manufacturing process.

Aqueous Parts Washers for Manufacturing Fasteners

Screws. Bolts. Rivets. Nearly every industry uses fasteners to hold materials together. From aerospace manufacturers to those in the automotive industry, fasteners are a component required to produce many final products.  Like other component parts, fasteners often require a washing or cleaning step to adhere to quality standards during the manufacturing process. Cold heading fasteners…

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parts washer maintenance

Extend The Life Of Your Parts Washer

When you purchase a parts washer, it’s a major investment. That’s why it makes sense to do all you can to get the most out of your system and that means preventative maintenance. Regularly servicing your system not only helps it perform better, it actually makes it last longer. Here are some tips on how…

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Prevent Foaming In Your Parts Washer

Foaming in your aqueous parts washer can be frustrating. If you are having trouble with foam, it’s most likely due to one of four things:  Running the machine at a temperature lower than the soap manufacturer suggests. Washing off animal fats or natural oils, which are becoming more common with the movement towards making environmentally…

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industrial parts washers

Aqueous Parts Washers 101

What are aqueous parts washers and what do they do? In short, they are washing machines that use water-based solutions (called chemistry in the industry) to clean metal parts from a variety of industries. They can also be used to clean parts made of other materials such as plastic or glass. But, regardless of the…

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What are Ultrasonics and How Do They Help in Parts Washing

What Are Ultrasonics and How Do They Help In Parts Washing?

In your research of parts washers, you might have come across the term ultrasonics. This is usually in reference to an optional feature that can be added to the standard parts washing system to achieve a specific level of cleanliness. So, what are ultrasonics and how do they work? As you might imagine, ultrasonic devices…

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Spray vs. Immersion: Which Is Best For My Application?

When choosing an aqueous parts washer, one thing you need to consider is what washing technique will work best for cleaning your specific part. This is determined by several factors such as the material the part is made of, its resistance to heat, its shape and the type of contaminant being cleaned off. There are…

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How Clean Is Clean?

How clean is clean?  The answer seems obvious at first but, clean is a very subjective term when it comes to parts washing. Some parts have a solid surface while others have complex shapes or are made of fragile materials that make cleaning a bigger challenge. Moreover, some companies require a very stringent cleanliness standard…

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