Customers rely on Magnus Engineered Equipment’s reputation for building cleaning equipment which lasts a very long time even with extreme service. An example are these wash tanks delivered to Caterpillar for the washing of 3800 lb crankshafts. In-house made pneumatic steel cylinders are used to deliver the required lifting power without failure.
Graphite contaminant can be difficult to remove, especially if the contaminant is embedded in a soft substrate such as brass. Magnus Engineered Equipment powerful ultrasonics quickly remove the contaminant without damage to the underlying substrate.
Often referred to as temporary rivets, cleco fasteners allow parts to be held together until the parts can be permanently bonded. Magnus Engineered Equipment worked together with the Ecolink company to develop a cleco cleaning system. Ecolink chemistry is used in a rotational cleaning system to remove residual adhesive from used cleco’s and make
Magnus Engineered Equipment manufactures PowerSonics TM radial ultrasonic transducers. These transducers are the key component in MEE’s wire cleaning equipment and they deliver in excess of 4000 Watts/gallon of ultrasonic cleaning power. The application of high cleaning energy density from 360 degrees permits high cleaning speeds which are otherwise unattainable.
Congratulations to entire team Magnus Engineered Equipment for the design and installation of a new 28 stage, fully automated fluorescent dye penetrant inspection line. The design met the customer’s cost and space requirements, and permitted them to pass qualification for producing GE turbine blades
Many metals protect themselves from corrosion by forming a passivation layer on their outer surface. This protective layer is composed of metal oxide or metal nitride and is very thin. For stainless steels, the layer may be only 1-3 angstroms thick and for metals such as aluminum and titanium, the layer may be up
Properly applied, ultrasonics can perform a more thorough, more complete cleaning job than any other cleaning method. Ultrasonics is a non-destructive method of cleaning which utilizes sound waves to form and implode vapor pockets on the surface of contaminated parts. This implosion results in the release of stored energy that creates a virtual scrubbing
Ultrasonic energy penetrates into crevices and cavities and having the capability to clean entire assemblies without disassembly results in labor savings that makes ultrasonics the most economical way of cleaning. At Magnus we manufacturer our own Ultrasonic transducers and generators that offer unmatched cleaning consistency.
A new customer approached Magnus Engineered Equipment looking for help cleaning parts from adhesive and hot glue dispensing label machines. In their current process, parts are soaked overnight in MEK and then manually brushed clean. MEK is a highly toxic and unfriendly solvent to humans and the environment
We are pleased and excited to announce that Magnus Engineered Equipment LLC has agreed to acquire the Magnus Equipment Company. Our plans are big; we will take what has been accomplished over the past 95 years and grow a company that embraces continuous improvement.