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Aqueous Cleaning System for Parts with Internal Bores



MecWash Systems has introduced BladeWash aqueous parts washers. Developed specifically for cleaning the internal cooling channels in turbine blades, this technology is designed for all types of turbine blades as well as other parts with internal bores and complex geometries.

"Originally designed for turbine blades made of nickel-based super alloys, BladeWash completely removes the casting media used in the manufacturing process so that the blades may be used in an engine assembly," said a company spokesperson. "Flushing out the internal cooling channels in the blades, which could only be accessed via a very small orifice, has historically been challenging.

"The wash process features a high flow rate designed for flushing components. The components are held in a confined wash chamber while water is pumped through and around the components at 265 - 475 gallons per minute (1,000 - 1,800 liters per minute), depending on the component and fixturing. At these high speeds, BladWash provides a powerful cleaning effect and efficient rate of contaminant removal."

MecWash Systems offers a complete line of aqueous cleaning equipment for cleaning applications in the aerospace, automotive, hydraulic, pneumatic, medical and precision machining industries.

For more information contact:

Bill Westbrook

MecWash Systems

220 Campus Drive

Aurora, OH 44202

440-564-7894

billwestbrook@mecwash.com

www.mecwash.com

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