US Built Parts Washers Beats the Imports
Made in Heartland USA
SOME STRIAGHT TALK ABOUT ECONOMY PRICED PARTS WASHER
If you are shopping the net for an affordable parts washer you will see lots of red or blue washers that all seem to look alike. The truth is there are many similarities. They all heat water and spray hot detergent solution on the parts. The chances are they all will clean your parts so why not just go for the bottom dollar deal?
Here are a few questions to ask as you try to determine the best value.
· Are welds dye test for water leaks? We test all welds to assure no leaking.
·What is the gage of steel used for the cabinet? We recomend to use 12 gage through out. This is important when you have a sealess door. It also lowers operational noise.
·How is the turntable supported? The weight should be transfered to the cabinet floor by a support structure. This means even when the load is not perfectly centered you eliminate bending or distortion that might occur on lesser built models.
·How do you replace pump seals? - We recomend the use of heavy- duty high temperature hydraulic hoses with swivel fittings that are both safer and make for an easy seal repair if it is ever required. Compare this with painted pipe fittings and a low pressure connecting hose on other units.
· Where can you get parts when the importer is gone? We provide Granger numbers and illustrated replacement instructions.
WE DID IT!
We had been selling a Chinese imported washer for some time in order to offer a low priced option. But in these tough economic times, we decided we could produce a quality product here in the Midwest using American ingenuity and American workers.
We were able to produce a very competitive unit that is far superior to the Chinese import we were selling. Not only is it better made, but the price is lower. We are even lower than our American competition!
We are confident that we provide the best budget-priced parts washers in the market today. For additional information please visit our website.
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