With a 10,000-lb. load capacity, Renegade’s (Reedsburg, WI) FL 9000 7048 HD heavy-duty automatic front load aqueous parts washer is designed to handle heavy load parts cleaning in aviation, aerospace, rail, transit, metal fabricating, and remanufacturing industrial operations.
The Renegade FL 9000 7048 HD operates with a durable gear-driven 70-in. cabinet-mounted turntable, and the sump capacity is 500 gallons.
Heavy parts and equipment components are cleaned of grease, oil or lubricants in a high temperature environment with high-pressure spray manifolds. Renegade front load parts washers provide easy access to the wash zone. Pump and heater capacities are integrated to the load and sump capacities for best throughput. Automation features include automatic low water level shutdown, seven-day programmable wash timer and PLC programmable wash cycle timer.
Additional industrial applications include large casting CNC machining facilities, electric motors/generators, fabricating, machine shop, metal working, mining equipment, compressors/pumps/turbines, molds/dies/chocks, production machining facilities, remanufactured engine/transmission components, and transportation production centers.
Renegade aqueous parts washers are designed to work with Renegade detergents for maximum cleaning without residue buildup or bio-slime.
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