Pre-Treatment Washers

Your Quality Finishing Systems Pre-Treatment Washer will be designed and fabricated based on the following factors:

  • Conveyor line speed
  • Part geometry
  • Chemical supplier input
  • Paint supplier input

Standard features on all of our washers include:

  • 7-gauge 304L 2B stainless steel tanks, tunnel, and drain decks, all with weld passivation
  • Sloped tank floors and drain decks for cleanliness and easier drainage
  • 14-gauge stainless steel tank access lids with “vapor sealing” design
  • Electronic water level controls for each stage
  • Water fill manifolds and controls
  • Dual stainless steel pump screens with sludge dams for each stage
  • Overflow and drain pipe with valve on each tank
  • Powered modulating immersion tube burners with filtered combustion air
  • Serpentine burner tubes are 304L stainless steel schedule 40 first pass, the remainder of the tube is schedule 10 and include weld passivation
  • Factory assembled gas manifolds built to NFPA design, with FM components
  • Valve proof of closure switch and burner low fire start switch
  • Galvanized steel burner tube exhaust stacks
  • Personnel guards around burner stacks up to approximately 9’ from the floor
  • Pressure gauges on all pump discharge headers
  • Temperature gauges on all heated stage pump discharge headers
  • Pump construction: stainless steel wetted, stainless steel fitted pumps, or mild steel
  • Premium efficiency TEFC pump motors
  • Schedule 80 CPVC headers and risers, Cam-Lock quick disconnect fittings on headers and risers
  • Snap-on adjustable spray nozzles
  • Bottom feed header orientation
  • 14-gauge 304L 2B stainless steel tunnel walls welded 100%
  • Tunnel access doors located between stages
  • 304L 2B stainless steel conveyor shroud
  • 18” wide fiberglass full length grating catwalk
  • Entry and exit vestibule exhaust fans (epoxy coated), with premium efficiency TEFC motor
  • 304L 2B stainless steel vestibule exhaust stacks with one offset each and flapper stack cap

Options Include:

  • Gasketed tank access panels are secured to the external wall by studs; the bottom of the access opening is flush with the tank floor.
  • High velocity blow-off system
  • Washer access platforms and lighting at the doors between all stages
  • Water counterflow makeup systems
  • Water counterflow rinse systems
  • Misting risers
  • Final rinse halos
  • RO systems
  • Insulated washer tanks
  • HRS or 316L stainless steel construction
  • VFD control for pump motors
  • Filtration
  • Top feed headers
  • Installation, startup, and training