Pretreatment Stations


Pretreatment Stations

Our pretreatment stations include upgraded features that enable it to be used as a steam cleaner/phosphating unit, hot water pressure washer, cold pressure washer, and rinse down unit all in one compact machine. For powder coating treatment stage, steam cleaning is excellent for removing grease and oil, dissolving resins, de-icing, flushing away chemical residue, etc. Hot water pressure washing cuts through encrusted dirt, grime, and other dried on substances. Cold water pressure washing or rinsing is great for light duty clean up or residue removal. The application of phosphating and/or priming chemicals during steam bath reduces chemistry loss. This unit features heavy-duty construction and high-quality components, including stainless steel water chamber and aviation quality fittings.

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Pretreatment Station Features:
Description: Gas Fueled Portable Pressure/Steam Cleaning and Phosphating System

  • 3 GPM @ 750 PSI, 200°F+/ambient, hot or cold operation at this pressure
  • 1.5 GPM @ 250 PSI, 320°F+ steam (includes upgraded steam “fan” nozzle)
  • Triplex plunger pump, premium direct drive
  • Premium stainless steel float tank with inlet water back flow prevention
  • Easy-access design for quick inspection or maintenance
  • 1.5 HP, TEFC (Totally Enclosed Fan Cooled), 1750 RPM motor
  • 110-120VAC/1Ph/60hz, Operating current is 15 amps
  • GFCI with 35’ of power cable and plug
  • Natural Gas or LP burner
  • LP bottle rack included
  • 250,000 Btu/H heating
  • Vertical mounted 3/8” Schedule 40 pipe heating coil
  • Heating chamber rotates for easy maintenance to the burner
  • Trigger type, insulated pistol grip shut-off gun
  • 3/8” x 50’ high pressure hose with quick couplers
  • Quick-couple nozzles of 0, 15, & 20 degree angles
  • Upstream detergent/chemistry metering valve
  • Includes flow switch, high temperature limit, and pressure relief valve
  • Premium frame with casters for permanent or mobile use
  • ETL certified to UL 1776 and CAN/CSA-B-140.11-M 89

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