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GFS’ Batch Burn-Off Washer is designed for secondary cleanup of burned off racks, hooks, fixtures and parts. Overhead and corner nozzles spray water on the part, flushing the loose paint ash from the surface.
This ash travels to the filtration area, where it is collected for manual removal. Overhead roll-up doors, located at the front and rear of the booth, allow the operator to access the load for manual detailing and final removal.
The following features are standard on GFS Batch Burn-Off Washers:
The GFS Batch Burn-Off Wash Booth is a self-contained, all welded enclosure. The outside walls are constructed of 10-gauge steel and supported by structural framing. Polypropylene roof panels allow for greater visibility inside the booth.
Roll-up doors, located at the front and rear of the booth, allow the operator to access the load for manual detailing and final removal.
A heavy-duty 4” structural steel cart is included with all batch burn-off washers. The cart rolls outside the wash booth on removable tracks, for ease of loading and unloading.
A heavy-duty 4” structural steel cart is included with all batch burn-off ovens. The cart rolls outside the furnace on removable tracks, for ease of loading and unloading.
Filter screen baskets with handles allow for collection and manual removal of ash sludge.
A header system with nozzles delivers ambient water from the side reservoir tank.
A spray wand and hose is included with the wash booth for manual detailing of parts.
Located at the base of the sidewall, the reservoir tank collects and recirculates the spray water. The tank is made of 10-gauge steel.
Each wash booth includes a barrel mount pump and 3-phase motor.
Controls include a combination start/stop safety disconnect, low-pressure switch, pressure gauge and low solution level switch.
GFS batch burn-off washers can be customized to meet your unique specifications. Standard options for batch burn-off washers include:
GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.
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Disclaimer: Product configurations are subject to change without notice