StingRay Manufacturing LLC is a Missouri based company founded in 2009.
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STINGRAY Parts Washers:
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StingRay: the unique Industrial Parts Washer Company:
StingRay was formed by engineers, particularly Marc Treppler, who previously worked at the MART Corporation and holds several patents on parts washers. MART Corporation, a leader in aqueous parts washing equipment from 1971, ceased operations in early 2009 and several of the engineers moved to form StingRay Manufacturing. Their parts washing engineering experience, obtained from MART, coupled with design improvements from their 18 years of work at MART, resulted in the StingRay Parts Washer design.
The StingRay Industrial Parts Washer is unique in the parts washers industry as it uses the hydraulic force of impact pressure for cleaning rather than flooding dirty parts with hot washing solution. This design is based on developments by MART founder, Gary Minkin and patents by Chief Engineer Marc Treppler ( StingRay president ). A significant patent and development in parts washer technology lies in their patented, non-synchronized, oscillating manifold system that blasts parts from a different angle each time the part passes on the rotating turntable providing thousands of angles of impingement. Hidden recesses and blind areas of parts that fixed manifold systems miss are effectively cleaned with the oscillating manifold. This technology combined with heavy-duty, high-efficiency pumping systems and high output heating systems delivers faster cleaning cycles and more thorough cleaning results.