Graymills Tempest SWF Spray Cabinet - Engine Builder Magazine

Graymills Tempest SWF Spray Cabinet

This cabinet allows you to clean single or multiple parts.

Tempest SWF Spray Wash Cabinets from Graymills were designed for real world environments, featuring easy and flexible fixturing, easy field service and repair and easy cleanup between jobs.

This cabinet allows you to clean single or multiple parts, while conforming to UL Std. 508A and certified to CSA Std. C22.2 No. 286. Features including stainless or mild steel, multi-level spray, a swing-down spray arm, a digital temperature display, adjustable temperature, a friction drive system, turntable jog button, low-maintenance sealless pump, easy heater replacement, low-fluid shutoff, and overhead loading all comes standard.

Additional options include an oil skimmer, auto water fill, removable parts tree, motor/heater voltages, 7-day timer, and filtration upgrade.

Specs of the Graymills Tempest SWF Spray cabinet are 79″H x 54″W x 42″D. The turntable diameter is 33″ and the working height is 43″. Max parts load is 1,500-lbs. The heater power is 9kW, up to 180F operating. Voltages: 230/1/60, 230-460/3/60. Operating Fluid Capacity: 90 gal. Pump Performance: 40-54 gpm @ 30-50 psi, and it has 3 horsepower.

For more info: https://www.graymills.com/

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