So just to clarify, the glycol is a washing agent of the housings and bits to wash other contaminants off before assembly?? Like, these parts I’m assuming just move along some kind of a conveyer belt or hanging from chains and washed down with glycol?? Is there a drying time or these parts blowed off before assembly?Glycol could be introduced at the transmission final assembly.
I have worked at the Chrysler Kokomo transmission plants as an outside contractor. Transmission housings come in one end, complete transmissions go out the other. Every machine in the place uses glycol as a coolant and a flush to remove contaminates from the housings. The glycol is recycled, ran through huge filter troughs and back into the system.