September 29, 2016
The development of ultrasonic cleaning systems has been driven by the need to reduce the use of harsh cleaning chemicals for environmental reasons and the desire for rapid cleaning action tailored to the cleaning application. As leader among Ultrasonic cleaner manufacturers, Kaijo provides innovative, easy to use systems that clean a wide variety of manufactured parts. These include ceramics, circuit boards, semiconductor wafers, medical tools and optical components including LCDs and solar panels.
Kaijo has been in the forefront of ultrasonic technology innovation and delivers ultrasonic cleaning systems that clean as well as or better than Freon-based cleaning systems. Continuing to invest in ultrasonic research and development, Kaijo emphasizes finding cleaning solutions for its customers worldwide. Its systems deliver powerful cleaning action and precise control within flexible cleaning solutions.
Characteristics of Kaijo’s Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems
Kaijo can provide complete turnkey ultrasonic cleaning systems as well as ultrasonic generators, tank-mounted or immersible transducers and cleaning tanks. The operating frequencies of Kaijo systems range from 19.5 kHz for strong cleaning action of rugged parts to 1.6 MHz for the gentle cleaning of delicate components. Powerful ultrasonic generators can deliver up to 1200 W and feature advanced controls for accurate cleaning action.
Cleaning system controls on the ultrasonic generators are precise and can control several or a range of frequencies. Remote control and automation by computer commands is available on some models. Kaijo can help customers select the system or the components they need for effective and rapid cleaning without chemicals or scrubbing.
Benefits of Using Kaijo’s Ultrasonic Cleaners
Kaijo’s ultrasonic cleaning systems and components offer a number of benefits over the equipment supplied by other ultrasonic cleaner manufacturers:
- Products designed and built to the highest standards using high quality components. Kaijo has been a leader in the field of ultrasonic cleaning for over 65 years and has the knowledge, experience and technology to build the best ultrasonic cleaning systems possible.
- Ultrasonic cleaning systems that are easy to use, quick to install and reliable to operate. The ultrasonic generators deliver constant rated power precisely at the specified frequencies. Transducer performance does not degrade over time and transducer and tank surfaces are resistant to pitting caused by cavitation bubbles. The systems provide powerful cleaning with minimal down time.
- State-of-the-art systems featuring the latest technology. The company’s research and development puts it at the leading edge of ultrasonic cleaning performance. Customers can be sure of receiving ultrasonic cleaning systems that work well, and they can ask Kaijo for help in selecting the best system for their cleaning applications.
Managers of industrial facilities that have cleaning requirements and process engineers whose process includes cleaning applications can switch from using Freon and chemical cleaning methods to ultrasonic cleaning systems supplied by Kaijo. In addition to eliminating environmental issues and the cost of chemicals, Kaijo ultrasonic cleaners clean rapidly and effectively, especially for applications cleaning oddly shaped parts with holes and crevices.
Kaijo advanced ultrasonic system technology reduces the use of water and operates efficiently, lowering energy use. The engineers at Kaijo can design cleaning systems for customers taking into account chemical compatibility, size, power, frequency and flow. Being an ultrasonic technology leader allows Kaijo to work with customers to either choose the best standard system or to have their engineering team help analyze the customer’s cleaning process and make the appropriate choices. Either way, customers will benefit from the advantages Kaijo provides. For a free consultation or quote on selecting the right ultrasonic cleaning system for your specific cleaning application call Kaijo at 408 675-5575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.