ATEX IBC and Tote Washers
These IBC washers are a highly efficient ATEX system that can remove grease, oils and other contaminants safely, efficiently and with very little supervision.
ATEX IBC and Tote Washing Solutions
Rotajet manufacture and sell a range of ATEX Batch IBC / Tote washing machines. The machine will process one container per cycle and typically washes an IBC / Tote in a cycle time of around 10 minutes.
The ATEX IBC / Tote washers can be supplied as single-stage or two-stage machines, where the second stage users clean solvent for the final rinse. Typically, in a two-stage machine, the final rinse solvent is discharged into the wash solvent for reuse. The dirty solvent in the wash tank, when spent, is normally pumped out and processed in a distillation unit prior to being reused.
The machine can be fitted with either low-pressure fluid, ATEX Certified Rotating spray nozzles (5-7 BAR) or ATEX certified high pressure driven nozzles (100-170 BAR). The high-pressure-driven nozzles are normally used when the IBC / Tote is contaminated with heavy residues or have been left for a long time prior to cleaning.
The Rotajet ATEX IBC and Tote washers are fitted with an integral solvent sump, coarse filtration, cycle timers, wash pump, clean-out doors and extraction. To ensure the safety of your operators, the machine is fully interlocked when cycles are running.
Typical users of this machine are:
- Paint manufactures: Washing ink with solvents from IBC’s or Totes contaminated with raw materials or being returned from customers for refilling.
- Ink manufacturers: Washing paints with solvents from IBC’s or Totes contaminated with raw materials or being returned from customers for refilling.
- Resin Manufacturers: Washing resins with solvents from IBC’s or Totes contaminated with raw materials or being returned from customers for refilling.
Rotajet are the experts in the design and manufacture of ATEX cleaning solutions. We’ve worked with some of the world’s biggest brands to create intuitive systems to repurpose, repair and manufacture metal and plastic components.