Dillon’s CV-2001 Vibratory Case Cleaner is the largest in the industry. Its 12-1/2 quart bowl capacity will allow you to polish up to 1,300 .38/.357 or 550 .30-06 cases per hour.
Not only is our capacity greater, but our motor is larger in horse power, internally cooled, thermally protected, and turns on precision ball bearings. This is no “hobby” machine!
The bowl and base are constructed of 7/32″ thick injection molded high-strength polypropylene which is impact and abrasion resistant.
After Dillon sold thousands of our famous first-generation FL-2000 case cleaners, customers who had purchased them began asking to address the problem of separating the cleaned and polished brass from the cleaning media.
Dillon knew from the beginning that the simplest method of separating would be a rotating squirrel cage, but Dillon had to find a design we could manufacture economically. Dillon’s problem was that it had to be BIG — big enough to handle the entire load of the FL-2000-series case cleaners.
The solution was an injection molded reversible part. Simple, and it works great. The CM-2000 Case/Media Separator is large, 10″ x 14″, and will hold more than 1,600 .38 Special cases. It sits on a large media collection tub that measures 18″ x 22″. The tub keeps the mess off the floor and bench. It’s fast — so fast it will remove media from 1500 rounds of .223 brass in a matter of seconds.
The CM-500 Case/Media Separator is scaled down in size and designed to handle the load of a CV-500 Case Cleaner. This piece of equipment are every bit as tough as its full-sized counterpart. We used the same materials in its construction and designed it to work just as hard — and do it in a more compact area!
Want your brass to shine? You bet your brass! Dillon Precision has developed another exciting new product to make your reloading faster and easier. Rapid Polish 290 is the first cartridge case finish designed specifically to bring a brilliant shine (20 percent brighter than tumbling media alone) and a protective coating to reloaded ammunition. Simply add several capfuls to the media in your tumbler and run. Rapid Polish 290 has ag reat residual value and stays in your tumbling media. You’ll use less each time you clean your cases.
Rapid Polish 290 contains no ammonia, so it won’t weaken brass cases!
Rapid Lube 5000, Dillon’s aerosol cartridge case lubricant, has been replaced by an “environmentally correct,” non-aerosol case lube. It works the same: Simply lay your cases out, spray lightly with one or two passes and you’ve done it. No mess, no guesswork. Within minutes the lubricant distributes itself around the cartridge cases and you’re ready to load. Try a bottle. You’ll never use a grease pad again.
Below is some additional information by Dillon expert Brian Enos:
A common misconception among reloaders is: If you’re using carbide dies, you don’t have to lube your cases. Technically, this may be true, but trust us – you definitely want to lube your cases. Not only does lubing the cases make the machine cycle easier and run smoother, resulting in less wear on the machine (and your arm), but you’ll load appreciably faster. (Up to 200 rounds/hour faster on a 1050.) We use case lube for the speed, and as you probably guessed, if it didn’t help to load faster, I wouldn’t use it.