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The immersion cleaning system with agitation and more
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the AGI-DIP® system

AGI-DIP®

top loading - with and without heating

AGI-DIP® ECOMATIC

front loading with total enclosure

timer controlled process cycle

with and without heating

AGI-DIP® HYPER

The highest performances in immersion cleaning with removal of floating oils and filtration at each cycle -with or without ultrasonics and hydro-kinetic force - fully automatic - PLC controlled

MULTI-DIP

Fully automatic lines for precision cleaning and high output

MFS - Modular Flexible Systems

two or more units in line form a semi automatic system combining immersion spray and drying

 

AGI-DIP® ULTRASON

Combines mechanical agitation with ultrasonic energy

Top loading or ECOMATIC

AGI-DIP® HYDROKIN

Combines mechanical agitation with the hydro-kinetic force

Top loading or ECOMATIC

AGI-DIP® Dry

Modular dryer - top loading or ECOMATIC

 
made in Florence - Italy

AGI-DIP®

from a machine to a system

 

AGI-DIP® washers represent the most effective solution to all cleaning problems wherever a dipping process with agitation is required.

The movement of parts within the liquid reduces dramatically the wash time and improves the cleaning efficiency, without affecting negatively the duration of the cleaning media.

Designed to operate at ambient temperature or with hot liquids, the AGI-DIP® washers can be used for all surface treatments that are typical in the mechanical industry like degreasing, decarbonizing, stripping, derusting, passivation, phosphating, rinsing, protection and also as a drying unit in modular systems or automatic lines.

The operating principle is based on moving the parts inside the cleaning liquid by means of a simple and reliable air operated dunking system. A single control lifts and lowers the load platform, and produces the vertical agitation into the liquid.

AGI-DIP® washers are produced in five standard sizes and special dimensions are supplied on request. They are designed for the use with water based cleaning liquids or with non-halogenated hydrocarbons, being classified as "type A1" (machines not generating flammable vapours) according to EN 12921 part 3.

AGI-DIP® ULTRASON washers are designed to combine the mechanical agitation with the ultrasonic energy, offering the maximum of cleaning effectiveness and efficiency. Configured for ultrasounds, these washers are entirely made from AISI 316L stainless steel, with thermal and acoustic insulation and have an adjustable stroke to optimize the efficiency of the ultrasonic cavitation.

sites of interest :

immersion-cleaning.com

Spray-cleaning.com

Surface-cleanliness .com

 

 

IMMERSION CLEANING is the process by which the parts to be cleaned are placed in the cleaning solution to come in contact with the entire surface of the parts. Immersion cleaning is preferred for parts that must be placed in baskets and for processes requiring a long soaking time because of the type of contamination to be removed or the shape of the parts.

It is the most effective method, even if not the fastest one, and can be used with any type of cleaner for any process, heated or at room temperature.

Performances can be improved by moving the parts within the liquid or with agitation of the liquid, mechanically or with the addition of ultrasonic energy.

 

ULTRASONIC CLEANING is carried out with the addition of ultrasonic energy created by means of transducers that convert electrical energy into acoustic energy and then into cavitation of the liquid. Imploding bubbles are the driving force of ultrasonic cleaning, with temperatures that can reach 5500°C and internal pressure generating a jet of water with a speed of 400 Km/h when meeting a surface. The cavity size is determined by the frequency. Low frequencies generate large cavities and high frequencies generate a greater number of small cavities. Ultrasonic energy is most commonly applied to water based detergents for the removal of tightly adhering or fine particles from solid surfaces and cleaning of parts with complex shapes. The selection of the correct equipment and cleaning liquid is difficult because it varies with each cleaning application and depends on the parts being cleaned and contaminants to be removed.

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April 2, 2015