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Dip Tank Washer



Often referred to as dip tank cleaning, this process uses tanks to hold specialized cleaning solutions. Depending on your requirements, parts are normally dipped into the chemical bath one-by-one, or dipped continuously by using an overhead conveyor. Either way, dipping requires an overhead hoist, which lowers individual parts, or baskets of parts into the tanks.

Whichever method you specify (batch or continuous), conveyorized systems dip the parts into tanks using elevation changes in the conveyor rail, or with free rail hoists controlled by power and free conveyors. Advantages of using immersion pretreatment systems include low capital outlay and simple maintenance. They are also beneficial when your pieces require prolonged chemical contact and where parts need thorough contact with one or more chemical solution.


  • 12-gauge mild steel or 14-gauge stainless steel housing construction
  • Entry and exit vestibules to reduce airflow leakage into the work zone
  • Holding tanks
  • Drain decks
  • Sludge screens to protect spray nozzles and pumps
  • Bag filtration (for fluid particle removal)
  • High efficiency gas fired immersion burner
  • Stainless steel grating to prevent parts from entering solution tanks
  • Wire mesh conveyor
  • Slat type belt conveyor
  • Monorail or power & free conveyor
  • Indexing hoist conveyor