Ransohoff Introduces the Ransobotic Washer for Automated Precision Parts Cleaning

The TT-180 features robot-operated spray nozzles, precision worktable, and powerful controls and programmability to deliver cycle times of as little as 30 seconds to reduce operating costs for even complex parts as large as 12” square and weighing up to 40 lbs.

Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, has introduced its TT-180 Ransobotic Washer, a robotic parts washing unit that brings more speed, precision and efficiency to precision parts washing operations.

The TT-180 features robot-operated spray nozzles, precision worktable, and powerful controls and programmability to deliver cycle times of as little as 30 seconds to reduce operating costs for even complex parts as large as 12" square and weighing up to 40 lbs.
The Ransobotic Washer comes in both standard TT-180 and high-pressure TT-180-HP models to meet a wide range of cleaning requirements. Its modular design further supports the user's requirements for various volumes and throughput demands.
For more information about the Ransohoff TT-180 Ransobotic Washer, visit: http://www.ctgclean.com/TT-180.

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