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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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Cleaning Brass and Stainless Steel Media Using Ultrasonic Parts Cleaners

October 30, 2017

Ultrasonic parts cleaners use ultrasonic frequency generators and transducers to create tiny bubbles in water or a mild detergent solution. The bubbles produce a microscopic scrubbing action that is highly effective in removing surface contaminants from solid metal surfaces such as brass and stainless steel. Traditional cleaning methods using harsh chemicals and mechanical scrubbing are […]

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Ultrasonic Cleaning 101: What Are Ultrasonic Waves and How Do They Clean?

June 19, 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning systems use ultrasonic waves to clean parts, tools and equipment quickly and effectively. A typical system is made up of an ultrasonic generator, a transducer and a cleaning tank. The generator produces an electrical signal at the required ultrasonic frequency. Ultrasonic frequencies used range from about 26 kHz to 200 kHz, and a […]

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Using Ultrasonic Cleaners to Clean Carburetors and Engine Parts of Motorcycles and Autos

April 21, 2017

The carburetors and other related engine parts on older or vintage motorcycles and autos are mostly mechanical devices designed to achieve precise fuel-air mixtures for their internal combustion engines. They are built of valves, chambers, floats, jets and other intricately designed components placed together in fine balance. When a carburetor and other engine parts become greasy […]

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Ultrasonic Cleaning for Medical Device Implant Applications

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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How Kaijo’s Ultrasonic Cleaning Generator Improves the Manufacturing Process

May 26, 2016

Ultrasonic cleaning generators produce an electrical signal that transducers change into ultrasonic waves in the cleaning liquid. The waves produce cavitation bubbles that appear and collapse in time with the frequency of the ultrasonic generator. The collapse of the bubbles results in a powerful scrubbing action that removes surface contaminants from the parts to be […]

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How Kaijo’s Water Resonance System Improves Performance of Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems

March 31, 2016

The effectiveness of Kaijo’s ultrasonic cleaning systems can be enhanced by utilizing the water treatment technology of the Water Resonance System (WRS). When used with Kaijo’s turnkey systems, the WRS conditions the water to improve bubble formation. As a result, cavitation is achieved throughout the tank instead of staying concentrated over the transducer. Ultrasonic cleaning […]

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