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Using Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems for Metal Finishing Applications

January 29, 2019

Metal finishing involves applying coatings or treatments to metal part surfaces, changing the metal part’s characteristics, hardening the surfaces or inhibiting corrosion. For the metal finishing process to be successful, the underlying metal surfaces have to be completely clean. If contaminants such as grease or oil are present, the metal coatings may not adhere properly […]

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Using Ultrasonic Cleaners in Flat Panel Glass Processing

January 16, 2019

Flat panel glass is used in many flat screen products and its processing relies on a wide variety of manufacturing steps that apply coatings, add semiconductor functions and carry out special treatments of the glass. The manufacturing steps often leave process residues and the glass itself can pick up dirt and contaminants from the shop […]

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Ultrasonic Cleaner Configuration 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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Using Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems for Cleaning Industrial Lenses

May 29, 2018

Ultrasonic cleaning systems can clean hard surfaces such as glass lenses quickly and effectively, but if there are any special characteristics of the lenses, choosing the correct ultrasonic frequency, power and bath can be important. Low frequencies may wear away or pit surfaces and hot baths or baths with detergents may dissolve or etch even […]

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Defining Ultrasonic and Megasonic Frequencies

April 27, 2018

Sound energy propagates not in vacuum the way radio-frequency energy does, but within physical mediums. When matter is subjected to sound energy, it is stimulated in a way that forms a rippling propagation — like waves in a body of water. You would also be able to see sound energy pass through a visible medium […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners are Used in Disaster Restoration

March 29, 2018

Items recovered from disasters such as floods, fires or hurricanes are often covered in dirt or contaminated with soot and mold. Cleaning such items with traditional methods involves soaking them in chemicals to loosen dirt and brushing or wiping the items clean. Chemicals may be harsh, attack the surface of the items and leave residues. […]

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Using Ultrasonic Cleaners for Medical Devices

February 27, 2018

Ultrasonic cleaning systems are often a part of processes used in the manufacture of medical instruments, devices and implants. The method is employed in the everyday use of medical equipment, as well. One reason ultrasonic cleaning is often required is that medical equipment often includes delicate, high-precision designs which contain complex surface geometries. Conventional cleaning […]

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Why Use Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems with a Heater?

January 30, 2018

Ultrasonic cleaning systems can remove a wide variety of contaminants from the surfaces of parts to be cleaned, but specific material types can be removed more quickly and completely with additional measures. Oil-based dirt, grease and organic compounds can take the form of hard deposits that are difficult for the cavitation bubbles of the ultrasonic […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems Promote Profitability

January 19, 2018

Conventional degreasing and other cleaning processes involving the use of pressure cleaning, solvent and abrasives are on their way out in many industries. The change has come about for a number of reasons. The movement of industry towards green processes is one reason — solvents are often toxic to the environment. New environmental regulations being […]

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The Power behind Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems

December 13, 2017

Coatings of grime, grease and sludge are only some of the stubborn contaminants that industries everywhere struggle with. The conventional approach to the cleaning and maintenance of equipment has always been environmentally hazardous, involved harsh chemicals, difficult protective equipment for workers, and costly compliance procedures. Few alternatives have proven viable. Ultrasonic cleaning technology today, however, […]

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