Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, part of Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, has introduced the Torrent M Series automated ultrasonic aqueous cleaning systems for high precision cleaning applications.
The Torrent is a single chamber, front loading rotary basket style machine that features 640 watts of single or multi frequency ultrasonics for vacuum and non-vacuum immersion wash or rinse. It also features basket rotation with user selected speed, direction and short cyclic modes, compressed air blow off, spray rinsing and hot air dry or vacuum dry with hot air assist.
The Torrent M Series machines are self-contained, skid mounted machines designed for both single pass or multiple pass chemistries – utilising onboard reservoirs while reducing water consumption through a broad range of user defined machine operation parameters.
“This new machine sets the stage for a new generation of in-process or final clean ultrasonic cleaning systems that meet FDA 21 CFR Part 11 audit trail regulations and GAMP 5 recommendations – while simplifying machine IQ and OQ validation in the most demanding applications,” states Blackstone-NEY.
Cleaning Technologies Group (CTG) specialises in providing innovative cleaning and waste minimisation technologies to precision and industrial manufacturing markets. CTG is comprised of Ransohoff located in Cincinnati, Ohio, Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics located in Jamestown, New York, and CTG Asia located in Suzhou, China. The Group provides high technology, environmentally friendly parts cleaning and waste minimisation equipment and services to the global marketplace.
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