INDUSTRIAL pre-treatment washer

Clean and Prepare Prior to Powder and Liquid Coatings

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INDUSTRIAL pre-treatment washer

Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) Industrial Pre-Treatment Washers are used for cleaning and preparing substrates prior to powder and liquid coating, electro coating and autophoretic coating. Industrial Washers have also been used before or after machining or forming of component parts. Parts requiring high corrosion protection, such as exterior automobile parts, aluminum wheels, appliances and office furniture, often require multiple washer stages, as determined by your specific process. GFS has designed and built complete pre-treatment washer systems.




Stainless steel tanks (T-304) (3/16 in.)
Overflow gutters on all stages
Dual 304 filter screens, with bottom sludge dam
Heating equipment (gas fired immersion)
Removable water sealed access covers
Sloped tanks to sump drain for easy cleanout
304 Stainless steel housing/Polypropylene roof panels
Drain decks sloped (70/30 with 2 in. center dam)
Bulkhead-type access doors in drain stages
Entrance and exit exhaust vestibules
Silhouettes in between all spray sections
Stainless steel grating in solution tanks
Special housing construction (bolted construction)
CPVC schedule 80 header piping with quick disconnects (overhead)
CPVC schedule 80 risers with quick disconnects
Drains, overflows, & counter-flow piping (CPVC schedule 80)
Rapid fill bypass on all stages
Vertical pumps with SS fitted components and CPVC schedule 80 piping
Thermometers (heated stages)
Pressure gauges (all stages)
(UL) (MCP) Main control panel (PLC) based
Electronic solution level controls on all stages
Gas trains
Control thermocouples (Heated stages)


The following options can be added to an Industrial Pre-Treatment Washer:
Polypropylene housing and rinse tanks construction
Mild steel tank and canopy construction
Insulated tanks with stainless steel 20-gauge sheeting
Insulated housing with 20-gauge sheeting
Manual solution level controls
Automatic chemical control and feed systems
Particle filtration systems
Oil separation systems
Access stairs and platforms
Evaporator (zero discharge) wastewater treatment systems
Conveyor shrouds in spray and drain stages
Pressurized conveyor shrouds
Tank clean-out marine doors

Code Compliance

GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.

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