Bespoke Industrial Parts Washing Machines

Parts washing made easier, cleaner, and quicker.

Lenoch Engineering’s industrial parts washing machines effectively remove dirt and debris from critical componentry, allowing them to work to the best of their ability, whilst helping businesses meet cleanliness requirements.

We design and manufacture bespoke industrial parts washers in consideration of the specifications of a project, offering a transparent service which delivers the most effective outcome for projects of all sizes, across all industries.

This is all completed with a long-lasting automation solution in mind, to improve productivity and reliability of processes, whilst minimising ongoing or unexpected costs.

Lenoch Engineering is dedicated to protecting the future of our clients through automation solutions which are cost-efficient, and promote the profitability of business operations. Lenoch Engineering provides a complete design and manufacturing process to achieve this, utilising the latest software and CNC machinery to produce industrial parts washers in line with clients’ requirements.

With transportation vehicles available, Lenoch Engineering further offers safe delivery of washing machines, and can even install units.

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    What is industrial parts washing?

    Industrial parts washing is a piece of equipment designed to remove debris (e.g., mould release agents, dirt and grease, carbon), which has built up on parts and componentry during the manufacturing process. Parts are washed, degreased, and dried, ensuring optimal performance. 

    What are the applications?

    There are many industrial applications for industrial parts washing. This includes parts for automotive, medical, aerospace, rail, and power generation sectors.

    What are the types of industrial parts washers?

    There are two types of industrial parts washers: aqueous and solvent. The main difference between the two is that aqueous cleansers use biodegradable and water-based cleaning solutions, whereas solvent cleansers use chemical processes and mineral spirits.