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What Provides the Best Results – Agitation or Ultrasonic Cleaning?

December 21, 2018

When you set out to find the best possible cleaning solution for your industrial application, you’re likely to come up against two common choices: agitation cleaning and ultrasonic cleaning. These methods work on a shared principle — the ultrasonic method involves cleaning action that is best characterized as a form of agitation. Nevertheless industrial ultrasonic […]

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How an Ultrasonic Cleaner is Configured for Different Cleaning Applications

December 12, 2018

From delicate parts to large, rust-covered machine components, industrial cleaning needs can be varied and challenging. The best makers of ultrasonic parts cleaners offer both standard and customized solutions, with components that can be mixed and matched to any specific needs. Choosing a system that is configured or customized to meet the needs of the […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Provide Effective Cleaning Before Plating or Coating

November 8, 2018

Ultrasonic cleaners provide quick and complete cleaning for parts to be plated or coated, saving time and ensuring superior adhesion. The ultrasonic cleaning process leaves bare surfaces free from contaminants, even in hard-to-reach places such as interior cavities and holes. The use of ultrasonic parts cleaners is completely safe and doesn’t require chemicals to soften or […]

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How to Buy the Right Ultrasonic Cleaner for Your Application -Part 2

August 13, 2018

The most important considerations in choosing an ultrasonic cleaning system are the size of the tank, the frequency of the system and the power it can handle. Accessories such as a cleaning tank temperature heater and a basket to hold the parts must also be considered. Once these basic characteristics are fixed and the type […]

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3 Big Cost Savings Benefits of Using Ultrasonic Cleaners Vs. Spray Washers

November 8, 2017

From delicate medical equipment to machine parts, there is very little in the world of industrial cleaning where ultrasonic cleaners do not excel, often leaving conventional cleaning methods behind. Making use of sonic waves at frequencies as high as 400 kHz to create and implode millions of bubbles on surfaces that need work, ultrasonic cleaning forms microscopic […]

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7 Things to Consider When Selecting Ultrasonic Cleaners

February 15, 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning systems can clean many parts better than other cleaning methods because of the intense scrubbing action of cavitation bubbles generated by the ultrasonic waves. While ultrasonic cleaners often work faster and clean more completely than conventional cleaners, they have to be suited for the cleaning application. Facility managers and other decision makers have to be […]

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Using Ultrasonic Cleaning Technology for Food Plants

January 30, 2017

Companies that prepare or process food have extensive cleaning requirements that can be addressed with ultrasonic cleaning systems such as those offered by Kaijo. Machines, tools and even the food itself can be cleaned quickly and completely using ultrasonic cleaning baths. While machines and most tools can be cleaned with intense ultrasonic cleaning delivered at […]

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Using Ultrasonic Cleaning Technology for Medical Device Implants

January 23, 2017

Medical implants have rigorous FDA and other cleaning requirements while many implants may be delicate and high-value. If implants are not cleaned thoroughly they may introduce contaminants into the body, but if they are handled roughly during cleaning, they may suffer damage. Industrial ultrasonic cleaners can provide effective cleaning and rinsing with a cleaning action […]

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No Need for Chemicals – Ultrasonic Waves Clean in Water

August 29, 2016

Industrial cleaning of machine parts, tools and components has traditionally meant cleaning with strong chemicals, blasting with streams of water and mechanical scrubbing. These techniques all have their drawbacks with regard to effective cleaning and they harm the environment by using large amounts of water with chemical runoff. Ultrasonic waves clean faster, better and need […]

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What Ultrasonic Transducers Do in an Ultrasonic Cleaning System

July 19, 2016

Ultrasonic cleaning systems are made up of ultrasonic transducers, generators, and cleaning tanks. The transducers are submerged in the cleaning solution and take the electric signal from the generator to produce the cleaning action. As the electric ultrasonic frequency signal rises and falls, the transducer vibrates and generates compression waves in the cleaning solution. These […]

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