Mood Music Upbeat at MACH 2014
John Huntingdon, managing director of industrial cleaning equipment supplier, Turbex, considers this year’s MACH show to have been a resounding success, with the number of visitors to the stand 10 per cent higher than two years ago.
He said, “On the last day, we took an order from Unipart Eberspächer, Coventry, for an aqueous cleaning system. “Although discussions with the prospective customer were already taking place, the company’s commitment to the purchase was a pleasant surprise and the show was undoubtedly a catalyst for the sale. “Generally, I was impressed with the quality and quantity of visitors and overall the mood music seemed positive.”
Turbex launched at MACH a fully automated version of its Versa ultrasonic cleaning line fitted with a new basket transportation system under programmable logic control. The lines are among the most compact and capable aqueous cleaning systems on the market. Bespoke installations built from modular tanks and components are capable of washing, degreasing, rinsing and drying batches of industrial components to a high degree of cleanliness and uniformity.
The Elba model from the Turbex range of spray cleaning machines was on show, intended for high precision applications. The machine uses a world patented system whereby the movements of the holding basket and spray jets are individually adjustable, allowing them to rotate in the same or opposite directions.
A heavy duty Turbex aqueous washing machine was on also the stand, designated AC-1.3, from the supplier's range of front-loading, spray washing and rinsing models. They have proved particularly popular in the UK for degreasing, precision cleaning, phosphating, paint removal, de-rusting and de-scaling.
Completing the exhibits were models from the Turbex range of bench-top ultrasonic cleaning tanks, which can be used stand-alone, as bench-mounted units or as part of an integrated modular cleaning system.