Renegade Aqueous Parts Washers Solvent-Free Detergents contribute to adherence of municipal discharge limitations and reduce effects on industrial wastewater.
Renegade Parts Washers manufactures their own detergents and additives, answers questions regarding issues such as excessive foaming or rust prevention & provides Wastewater Approval Letter Documents by State.
BOOST Your Snowmobile or Powersports Service Department with the Renegade Model TMB 5500 Automatic Top Load Aqueous Parts Washer Dealer service shops are on a mission to differentiate their level of quality repair. Manufacturers of custom parts & components require: Quality Compliance, Long-Term Maintenance, & Warranty or Certification Programs.
• High temperature & high-pressure force deliver quality cleaning • Automation reduces labor cost • Clean without solvents for healthy environment
Renegade detergents are formulated for optimal cleaning without residue buildup or bacterial slime
Three 3,750-pound weights that total 11,250 pounds are placed on the cabinet mounted 70-inch turntable to demonstrate the 10,000-pound load capacity of the Renegade FL 9000 7048 HD Automatic Front Load Heavy Duty Aqueous Parts Washer. (The 70-inch turntable is supports more than 5 tons.) Huge new addition to Renegade Parts Washers product line designed for Heavy Duty Truck and Transit industrial applications.
Camera is attached to a transmission component for a unique point of view as the part travels on the conveyor through Renegade I-Series Pass-Through Parts Washer Wash, Rinse and Dry Stages.
The Renegade I-Series Pass-Through Parts Washer delivers efficient inline cleaning and are well-suited to parts of uniform size and production cells with continuous inline product flow. Pass-Through (or flow-through) conveyor parts washers easily accommodate automated robotic loading and unloading of parts and components for lower labor costs in Industry 4.0 applications.
This white paper explores the main factors to consider when replacing or upgrading legacy parts washer equipment, including important innovations in automation, functionality and the and the wide variety of parts washers now available.
Aging manufacturing equipment, including industrial parts
washers, continues to be a challenge to maintaining operational effectiveness.
Parts washers can be designated as either outmoded or “Legacy” in their status,
as they outlive their efficient usefulness.
The evolution of modern aqueous parts washers is the result of technological innovation in operation and functionality for a wide range of industrial applications. In production process operations, cleanliness of parts and components is directly related to quality and reliability of the final product. The white paper from Renegade Parts Washers and Detergents, entitled “Legacy Parts Washer Equipment: Important Factors That Affect Your Decision to Upgrade Today”,explores:
The important role Industrial Parts Washers play in manufacturing operations.
Factors that drive
operation managers to consider the challenge of either replacing or updating
outdated parts cleaning equipment.
Recent innovations in part washer operation, functionality and effectiveness.
To Renegade Parts Washers Customer Service and Support Team
My name is Chris and I am the service manager for Maplewood Bicycle in St. Louis, MO. We own a Renegade TMB 5500 parts washer that recently required some new parts and service to get back in action. We ordered some replacement electronic components for the heating system and ran into some issues with getting the contactor to engage to complete the circuit.
I just want you to know that we leaned hard on Sean McFerren
in your service center to solve this issue and, with his help, we were
successful. I can’t remember a time where I received better customer support
for anything inside or outside of my job. He really went above and beyond to
help us get our machine back, and believe me, we need that parts washer!
I’m sure we are a small fry compared to some of the
customers your team works with, but they didn’t make us feel that way. I
appreciate your Renegade team and the support they provide.
The Renegade I-Series Agitation Dip Tank, and the Renegade TLT Dual 1615 Tumbler Top Load Parts Washers models were highlighted as they are ideal solutions for the fastener, stamping and screw machine industries.
New Renegade I-Series 3624B WRD Pass-Through Parts Washer Delivers 3-Stage Continuous Cleaning Efficiency. Parts are transported via inline conveyor through Wash, Rinse and Dry Stage Compartments. Forty-one feet in length. Conveyor “tunnel” cleaning systems are designed for continuous product flow and high production cleaning operations. Industrial Parts Cleaning Applications include Aviation, Contract Machining, Fabrication, Transmission Manufacturing, and more. Renegade Solvent-Free Parts Washers and Detergents are eco-friendly.
Renegade automatic front load cabinet washers operate with a durable gear-driven turntable and provide easy access to the wash zone. Parts such as bearings and races are cleaned of grease, oil or lubricants in a high temperature and high-pressure environment. Designed for pit mounted installation, the custom options for the Renegade FL 9000 6048 Front Load Pit Mount Parts Washer include Gas Heat Immersion System, Sludge Conveyor, and Parts Tree with specially made nozzle and spray manifold configuration. Additional features include PLC/HMI Touch Screen Controls, sixty-inch turntable, 3,500-pound load capacity, and 2000 Gallon Tank Volume.
In response to increased demand for its line of Renegade industrial parts washers and Renegade solvent-free detergents for parts washers, Service Line Inc., announces it has completed an expansion of its facilities at its Reedsburg, Wis., headquarters.
Service Line says the new expansion is designed to provide the additional capacity required for new parts washer model development, parts washer detergents, additives, and other products for anticipated business growth.
“We specialize in creating quality custom industrial parts washers that meet unusual and challenging customer requirements,” says Dave Barney, president and founder of Service Line.