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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Effectively Clean Industrial Machined Parts

April 16, 2019

Machined parts come out of production contaminated with a variety of substances. If they have been machined using lubricants, traces of these may remain on the part. The parts may pick up dirt from the shop environment and machining sometimes leaves particles on the machined surfaces. Such contamination is especially harmful if the machined part […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaning Transducers Operate

September 27, 2018

Ultrasonic cleaning transducers convert the high-frequency electric signal of an ultrasonic cleaning system to sound waves in the cleaning solution. These systems are made up of an ultrasonic generator, a transducer and a tank to hold the cleaning solution. Low frequencies from 20 kHz to about 160 kHz are used for cleaning heavy, hard to […]

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Selecting an Ultrasonic Transducer for Different Cleaning Applications

July 17, 2018

Ultrasonic cleaning systems are composed of a signal generator, an ultrasonic transducer and a cleaning tank. The transducer changes the electrical high-frequency signal from the generator into ultrasonic sound waves in the cleaning solution. Due to this key role, it is important to choose a transducer that will work well with the generator and cleaning tank […]

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How Ultrasonic Waves Are Produced for Industrial Cleaning Applications

March 16, 2018

Industrial ultrasonic cleaners deliver more effective and efficient cleaning performance without the use of harsh chemicals typically used in traditional cleaning methods. A variety of parts, from robust metal and ceramic components to delicate semiconductors can be cleaned quickly and completely via the cavitation bubbles from ultrasonic waves generated from an ultrasonic system. Parts of […]

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Selecting Ultrasonic Transducers for Industrial Cleaning Applications

March 15, 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning systems consist of an ultrasonic generator, a transducer and a cleaning tank. The generator produces the electric signal at the selected frequency while the ultrasonic cleaning transducer changes the signal into compression waves in the cleaning solution. The cavitation bubbles that are responsible for the cleaning action of the system appear in the […]

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Why 40kHz Ultrasonic Transducers Are Used by Manufacturers in Cleaning Applications

August 16, 2016

Industrial manufacturing facility managers and business owners are finding that ultrasonic cleaning systems offer significant advantages over traditional chemical-based cleaning methods. Ultrasonic systems provide significant operational cost savings because they don’t require the use of chemicals and the costs of compliance with environmental regulations. Ultrasonic systems clean faster and more effectively and can clean the […]

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