Conveyorized Inline Cleaning Machines

Conveyorized Inline Cleaning Systems provide several benefits in the cleaning of PCBA's, PCB's and precision parts.

Increased throughput with less process time versus "batch"/dishwashers or "batch" submersion indexing cleaning equipment.  

Better cleaning uniformity due to less shadowing of product surfaces found in the above  as well as other types of cleaning equipment.

Inline systems can be designed to incorporate:

  • "Flood" box technology for lightly submersing the assembly/part with high flow rates at lower pressures; this allows chemistry to penetrate and clean more effectively under low stand-off device/components gaps.
  • Steam sprays (for initial rinse to remove chemistry from part)
  • Multiple spray technologies that include varied flow rates, pressures and contact angles.
  • Dryer systems that can be ambient, heated air, convection or I.R.
  • Inline systems can be designed with 18" to 24" conveyor belt widths (other belt widths can be designed in if the application requires smaller or larger widths).

The #318XL/324XL is the same unit in length with either a 18" belt width or with a 24" belt width; with a 24" belt the unit's footprint is wider.  This unit is for normal to medium through put.  The "XL" means it is chemical wash capable.

The #818/824XXL is the same unit in length with either a 18" belt width or with a 24" belt width; with a 24" belt the unit's footprint is wider.  This unit is for medium high to extremely high through put.  The "XL" or XXL means it is chemical wash capable.

Note: Wash, "wet" isolation rinse, primary rinse, final rinse and drying sections can all be designed at expanded lengths for application requirements.

Below are pictures of the basic 300 Series Inline systems and the larger 800 Series with extended sections (with PDF attachments of their schematics).