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Can Ultrasonic Cleaners Clean Aluminum Parts?

July 23, 2019

Parts with hard surfaces such as those made from steel or brass are easy to clean with ultrasonic cleaners and low frequencies can clean these parts very quickly. For aluminum parts, getting rapid and effective cleaning without damaging the parts is more difficult. Aluminum is a softer metal and surfaces can suffer pitting in ultrasonic […]

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How Ultrasonic Transducers Work and Are Used in Industrial Cleaning Applications

July 8, 2019

In industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems, a generator produces the electric high-frequency signal and a transducer converts the signal into physical sound waves in the cleaning solution. Depending on the application, ultrasonic cleaning transducers can handle different frequencies and deliver enough power to fill the cleaning tank with ultrasonic waves. For existing tanks, moveable immersible transducers […]

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Important Questions Customers Ask About Using Ultrasonic Cleaners

June 11, 2019

1. When Should I Use an Ultrasonic Cleaner? You should use an ultrasonic cleaner when you want quick and complete cleaning action without the use of harsh chemicals or mechanical scrubbing. To get the best possible performance, it is important to choose the right type of ultrasonic cleaner. Key cleaner characteristics include the frequency, power, […]

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Using Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaners to Clean Disk Drives

May 23, 2019

Disk drive components such as the aluminum disk platter blanks and the metal read/write heads are manufactured in standard industrial facilities. The processes for their fabrication include stamping, machining, punching, polishing and molding using industrial chemicals for cooling, lubrication and as abrasives. Although most of these chemicals are removed in the final stages of manufacturing, […]

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Why Are Higher Ultrasonic Cleaning Frequencies Required?

May 10, 2019

Ultrasonic cleaners quickly remove contamination from part surfaces but using the right frequency is important. If the ultrasonic frequency of the cleaning system is too high, cleaning could be less effective and take longer. If it is too low, delicate parts could be damaged. Ultrasonic cleaning systems are extremely versatile and can excel at most […]

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Kaijo’s New Phenix+ Ultrasonic Generator Optimizes Cleaning Performance

April 29, 2019

Ultrasonic generators produce the high-frequency electrical signal that powers the ultrasonic transducers immersed in the cleaning solution. The transducers are passive in the sense that they merely convert the electrical signal into sound waves. The generator handles all the control functions and is responsible for determining the frequencies used, the power output and the frequency […]

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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 to Specify Equipment Size and Options for an Ultrasonic Cleaner

March 26, 2019

While selecting the right operating frequency for industrial ultrasonic cleaners is important, the equipment size and options are critical for obtaining excellent cleaning performance. Depending on the cleaning application, either a flexible system or a system designed for one particular task may be best, and selecting the corresponding options will influence how the system can […]

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Tuning into the Right Frequency for Your Ultrasonic Cleaning Application

March 13, 2019

Ultrasonic cleaning is an excellent solution to many cleaning applications. The ultrasonic process removes contaminants from a variety of parts and works without strong, aggressive chemicals. It is compact, needing only a tank slightly larger than the parts to be cleaned, and it works more rapidly than other cleaning methods. Ultrasonic cleaning is completely safe […]

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The Definition of Precision Cleaning

February 27, 2019

The term “Precision Cleaning” describes processes that require a clearly defined maximum allowable level of particle, film or impurity contamination on the surfaces to be cleaned. Usually precision cleaning is performed with reference to a standard, such as a particle count or film contamination. Ordinary cleaning means that a substantial amount of the contaminants on […]

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