Galvatek lines highlighted at Surface World

Galvatek surface-treatment lines including chemical cleaning and anodising, sold in the UK by Turbex, were highlighted at the recent Surface World Live 2017 exhibition. Established for over 30 years, Glavatek has designed, delivered, installed and continues to service more than 600 turnkey installations in over 35 countries.

Galvatek is especially well known in the aerospace industry, as its lines for chemical cleaning, anodising and etching are used in factories manufacturing aircraft parts and engine components, as well as in the MRO sector. The supply of anodising plant forms a large part of the company’s business. Such facilities comprise one or several lines, and typically use TSA (tartaric sulphuric acid) or PSA (phosphoric sulphuric acid).
Chemical-cleaning lines are built either for one specific purpose or as part of a larger package where it prepares parts for other surface-treatment phases. Turnkey solutions are regularly supplied, complete with wastewater purification and recycling systems.
Turbex is also a specialist in the supply of aqueous cleaning and drying systems for batch or in-line processing. There are over 100 standard models in the range including top- and front-loading spray washers, benchtop and floor-standing ultrasonic machines, precision-cleaning machines with basket rotation and flood-wash options, and tunnel-cleaning lines.
Some systems are capable of contra-rotation of the holding basket and spray jets; the motions being individually adjustable to enhance processing efficiency. Other equipment is aimed primarily at precision-cleaning applications in the optics, medical, aerospace, automotive, nuclear and electronics sectors. For processing larger components, the heavy-duty Turbex AC range of front-loading spray-washing and rinsing machines are the preferred choice.
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