Are your parts getting clean? cleaning, it is critical that the turntable rotates
during the wash cycle. To check, make sure that
Do you find that your parts are not getting as the lower part of the turntable drive shaft below
clean as they once did? Check and adjust the the clutch is turning during a wash cycle.
following items to maximum the cleaning
efficiency of your MART Parts Washer.
Wash nozzles One of the most common factors
resulting in poor cleaning results can be traced to
Power Blast Manifold The PBM pivots on its wash nozzle wear. Nozzle wear not only affects
vertical axis, driven two cranks, a linkage and a cleaning results but it can also cause overloading
gear motor. The drive oscillates the Manifold back of the pump motors. Even though the opening
and forth every ten seconds, throughout the wash diameter of each nozzle is larger than the
cycle. The movement of the Manifold is not openings in the pump suction filter, nozzles can
synchronized to the speed of the turntable so that still get clogged and need to be cleaned regularly.
the wash load is blasted from a unique angle each The PBM nozzle orientation is engineered to allow
time it passes the nozzles. Verify that your PBM is each nozzle to blast on its own plane and not
oscillating with this simple test. During a wash interfere with the blast from other nozzles. This
cycle, carefully watch the wash manifold shaft on ensures that virtually all of the blasting force
top of your machine to make sure it is rotating. reaches the parts. To inspect your nozzles do
three things. First, inspect the nozzles and make
sure that they are open and clean. Second,
Turntable Rotation during a wash cycle measure your pump amp
The turntable is draw. If the pump system is drawing more amps
mounted on a than the full amp load stamped on the pump
support arm on the motor name plate, or if you are experiencing
washer door. During nuisance tripping of your pump motor overloads,
the cleaning cycle replace the nozzles with a new set of the same
the turntable is size and type. Nozzles are available from MART
rotated by the Tech Services. Third, align the “V” slot in each
turntable drive nozzle with the punch marks on the PBM as
assembly that shown on the photograph above.
controls its speed.
The drive assembly For further information or cleaning assistance
has a clutch to allow please contact MART Tech Services from
table slippage if the
8:00am to 5:00pm (central) or visit our website
wash load shifts and 24 hours 7days a week.
jams the turntable.
To achieve optimum
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