Eastwood 20 Gallon Parts Washer.Eastwood's parts washer is great for dissolving grease, dirt and debris off heavily used parts without making a mess in your garage. The pump circulates your non-corrosive, water-based cleaning solution at one gallon per minute. A 20 gallon tank holds 12 gallons of cleaning solution. Spray fluid on dirty parts with the flexible nozzle or attach the flow-through brush for those really dirty parts. When the fluid becomes too dirty and needs replaced, remove the drain plug to empty the fluid into a suitable container.
Strength and durability comes from the rugged welded steel construction. A lower shelf is included so you can store parts and other must-have items. Also included is a small removable parts basket so you don't lose nuts and bolts in the bottom of the tank. In case a fire occurs, a fusible link automatically closes the lid for containment.
- 30" Length
- 21" Width
- 34-1/2" Height
- 28" Length
- 18" Width
- 8" Depth
Eastwood offers professional products for the Do-It-Yourselfer at affordable prices. The parts washer is a must-have for any shop and only requires a 110-120vAC, 60 Hz, 10-amp circuit. A six foot grounded power cord provides flexibility when finding the ideal spot for your parts washer.
Includes parts bin and flow-through brush.
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Eastwood Parts Washer 20 Gallon is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 3 out of 5 by samb from Could be a great product, if it worked.... When I received this parts washer the pump did not work. Replacement pump is on backorder for over a month. Had to go out and spend $50 on a new pump for a brand new washer. Very disappointed. But the parts washer itself is awesome. built very well and comes with great accessories.
Date published: 2015-02-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by tractor restorer from pump is junk Bought over a year ago. Finally was ready to use it. Pump didn't work right off finally when it did it sounded horrible. Next time I went to use it wouldn't pump. Pulled bottom of pump off and reassembled then it worked, till the next time. Went to buy a new pump, and they are not to be used with real solvent. That's real grand since the water based ones don'the work very well. Home Depot sells a pump rated for solvent online. The tub and stand are good.
Date published: 2016-05-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by green hills from eastwood parts washer When I received this parts washer the pump did not work and damaged. Very disappointed. But the parts washer itself is awesome. built very well and comes with great accessories.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Phantomracer from Honestly, it works great. Stunning value I had some reservations about a parts washer that was SO inexpensive! Although not perfect, it is more than good enough for a hobbyist. Unsure if it would be good enough for a professional shop, but for my home garage, it is actually a bit of overkill! Assembled quite easily. I like the flow through brush, More than generous area to clean parts. I like that there is an area you can dunk parts in the solution as well. If I recall, the pump that is included is designed for water based cleaner, so got to ensure you don't use solvent based cleaners. I am using 'oil eater', which seems to be up to the task. Only upgrade I could see to add would be a foot switch for the pump, instead of the switch on the pump itself. No doubt that could be added easy enough. A light on the lid to shine down on the work area could be useful if you garage is not very well lit (like mine). Others have commented on the drain being a bolt. You can easily just get a ball valve and replace the bolt with a valve, or just pump or siphon the old fluid out. Surely wouldn't be a deal breaker. For the price, it really can't be beat. It hit all the points I needed in a parts washer.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Where do you get the parts washer solvent that goes into this machine? I am having a hard time finding it at any stores?
Unfortunately, we don't have that product available.
Date published: 2015-09-17
Water based degreaser it says ...but could this be used with thinner as a solvent to clean printing equipment
Using this for anything outside of what it's designed for is "at your own risk." It might work fine, but it's not anything that us or the manufacturer has tried, so you could destroy the product in the process - we just don't know.
Date published: 2015-08-07