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USED Parts Washer:
Single Tank Ultrasonic
Cleaning Unit - Model CMC 3523
Industrial Ultrasonic unit with programmable heat and ultrasonics
- 230 Volts
- High Performance

Purchased Cost $13,500.00!

In excellent shape SALE PRICE $9,000.00
The unit was purchased at the Indy show in 2005 and put it in storage in 2008.
The machine has NEVER had anything in it except polished parts.
The machine was used for final cleaning of billet parts.

Located in Davie FloridaGrease Monkey Ultrasonic Cleaning System
Contact Pierre at pieresport@aol.com for more information on this unit

Grease Monkey
The GMC Series also known as the “Grease Monkey” is a popular “ultrasonic cleaning system. The Ultrasonic Cleaning tank can accommodate parts with one dimension up to 35 inches and is completely self-contained on casters and ready to go where needed. Standard with a basket and lid, dual filtration, surface sparging, and timed controls. These parts washers are great for cleaning small to large parts with a platform load up to 125lbs.

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Cleaning Sequence: Wash
Parts Orientation: Random or Fixtured in Basket
Process Type: Batch
Production: Low to High Volume
Max Work Envelope: Up to 35” Wide x 23” Deep x 18” High
Method of Loading / Unloading: Manual
Footprint: Starting at 25” Wide x 35” Deep x 49” High
Cleaning Mechanisms: Ultrasonics
Controls: 7 Day Programmable Timer for Heat, Ultrasonics, & Filtration.
Typical Applications:
  • Automotive – Transmission Re-Builders, Re-Man.
  • Filter Cleaning
  • Printing Fountains, Anilox Rolls, and other Pressed Parts
  • Maintenance Cleaning

Left Side
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Right Side
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Serial #
Model CMC-3523
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