IMMERSION TECHNOLOGY - THE RAMCO DIFFERENCE
RAMCO Immersion Technology is defined as the use of a combination of
mechanical motions within a liquid bath or drying chamber to facilitate a
specific process objective.
The process can be general cleaning for applications like degreasing, precision cleaning, or stripping. The soils to be removed
typically are oil, grease, dirt, smut, chips, polishing compounds, carbon, paint, ink, wax, casting residues, oxides, etc.
The process can also involve surface treatment, surface preparation, NDT or other procedures
where parts are immersed in a liquid processing chamber.
The key to the RAMCO difference is the effective use of an elevator within each processing chamber. The elevator is used to transport the work into and out of the chamber but its most important function is to
continuously move the work within the processing zone.
It is this dynamic function that allows RAMCO systems to achieve superior
results in washing, rinsing, and drying.
We call this Dynamic Flow Combination. The effect of Dynamic Flow Combination is better coverage of component surfaces (minimizing standing waves and/or part shadowing) producing more consistent results and accelerated processing times.
Creating Dynamic Flow Combinations