ACT Smart Immersion Parts Washer

Parts Washers Designed and Manufactured for Complex Project Requirements

Although parts washers have been around probably as long as dishes have been soaked in the kitchen sink, our modern immersion parts washers, passivation systems, and paint stripping systems can take the manual labor, the excessive time, and the fear of soil re-deposition out of the equation.

Our immersion parts washers are much more than just simple tank systems or basic parts washers. Our process fully submerges the entire surface area of parts cleaning and removing the toughest soils and contamination.




Top Reasons to Get an Immersion System Over a Direct Spray System

ACT Chemical Coverage

Chemical Coverage

ACT Complex Parts

Complex Parts

ACT In and Out Clean

Inside/Out Clean

ACT Large Batches

Multiple Parts

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ACT Double Immersion Tank System
Low Level Digital Sensor
Powder Coated Skid
Air Hose
Smart HMI

Load Size

Systems are designed specifically to accommodate your specific part sizes.

Weight Capacity

Our elevators commonly process weights from 50 lbs to thousands of pounds.

Known Clean Solution

Available Known Clean Advanced Filtration delivery systems.

Ultrasonics, Automated Transfer, and Drying Options Available

Custom Immersion Parts Washers and Capabilities to Suit Your Needs

  • Custom Racks
  • OSHA-Compliant Mezzanines
  • Exhaust Hoods
  • and More!
  • Automation Options
  • Oil Removal System
  • Roller Transfer

Our Smart Immersion Part Washers in Action

Clips of Our Custom Parts Washer Systems

Platform Lift

Smooth Basket Transfer

Agitation and Turbulation

Modern & Innovative

ACT's Advanced Applications

Modern parts washers built by ACT are complete cleaning systems that are oftentimes required to process numerous pieces, with just as many process parameters. By storing recipes for these processes, our systems can be easily controlled to perform selected cycle operations at the touch of the screen; even the precise addition of detergent can be done from the HMI! Our parts washers are also well suited to robotic loading/unloading interface with the same controllers. Your parts washer will be built for hydraulic component overhaul. Let ACT address your custom control and cleaning requirements!

Unique Immersion Systems

ACT'S Custom Immersion Capabilities

ACT gives our clients the ability to customize their smart immersion parts washers to meet their specific standards to get the job done! Our engineers can design parts washers and systems to include anything from additional stages, industry 4.0 digital sensors, vertical platform lifts, and much more.

Removing Toughest Soils and Deposits

Bi-Directional High Pressure Flush Parts Systems

Some parts have internal cavities that are fouled with carbon, dirt, and baked in soils. An airfoil from a power generating turbine is a prime example. Blasting the external surfaces of these parts is easy, but how can it be cleaned internally? The Automated Cleaning Technologies solution? ACT can employ multiple technologies, which may include ultrasonic, positive displacement pumps and high pressure, heat, detergents, and a very creative control and plumbing scheme to push fluid(s) through parts in multiple directions.
ACT has its own in-house machine shop and capabilities to machine soft-touch fixtures to secure the parts, while presenting the ports for pressurized bi-directional flushing. Extreme care is taken by our engineers to minimize volume blow-by and maintain requisite pressures for optimum cleaning. From micro volume flows and thousands of pounds of pressure, we can design and build a flushing system that exceeds your expectations.


Waste Minimization Systems

Effectively manages any volume of waste or plant waste waters by reducing hauling costs to help save your plant money.


Waste Treatment Systems

ACT ETSP systems help you treat and recycle your hazardous waste water and save you money on hauling hazardous waste.




ACT knows that when it comes to a PLC controlled ultrasonic parts washer, there really is a difference. In fact, a parts washer from us unlike any off-the-shelf systems that flood the internet. What makes our systems your best option? Read more below and contact an ACT sales engineer today for a free consultation.

Providing Superior Level of Power

Typical ultrasonic parts cleaners offer a high “peak” ultrasonic rating that tries to fool prospective buyers into thinking that they are getting a high watt, or high powered, system. ACT simply provides the actual power input rating and high watt/gallon ratios our machinery is known for. Others choose to advertise, for example, a “4,000-watt peak” specification which really means they are only supplying 2,000 watts of input power! Buyer beware. ACT’s PLC controlled ultrasonic systems will always provide a superior level of power input to suit the actual process requirements.

Minimal Service & Maintenance

ACT builds its PLC controlled ultrasonic parts cleaning systems with removable tank immersible and transducer. Sure, we build highly parts washer, but all machinery at one time or another will require service. ACT’s equipment makes that a breeze to provide you with years of service with minimal maintenance.

Ultrasonics Deliver A Superior Clean

An ultrasonic cycle at ACT is more than a few minutes of static “buzzing” in the tank. On the contrary, our parts washer delivers an alternating regimen of ultrasonics and gentle to aggressive (adjustable) agitation of the load at 20-240 strokes per minute. This regimen has been proven to remove greater soil quantities in less time for better cleaning results. Our systems can be programmed to deliver any number of alternating regimens per wash cycle.

Custom Cleaning Fixtures and Baskets

ACT engineers our PLC controlled ultrasonic parts washers are systems with racks and fixtures that maximize sonic penetration to the load. Since we make our own cleaning fixtures in-house, we can supply you with a custom parts washer often for less money than a standard basket or rack that will prove to rob a lesser system of vital ultrasonic energy, and thus not deliver optimum cleaning results.