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Why Ultrasonic Cleaning is Important to Automotive Manufacturers

May 7, 2020

Ultrasonic cleaning can remove impurities and contaminants from the surfaces of machined components, sheet metal parts and other items assembled to make up finished automotive products. Such cleaning is required because many parts come out of the manufacturing process with oil, grease or shop dirt on their surfaces. Traditional cleaning methods use harsh chemicals, extensive […]

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Can an Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaner Clean it?

April 21, 2020

Almost any item can be cleaned with an industrial ultrasonic cleaner as long as it can be immersed in a cleaning tank of water and then dried after cleaning. Low frequencies deliver powerful cleaning action for removing heavy deposits and dirt from engine components and machine parts. Higher frequencies use a gentle cleaning action for […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Are Effectively Used in the Healthcare Industry

April 8, 2020

Healthcare industry tools, devices and equipment have to satisfy exceptionally high standards of cleanliness but many are difficult to clean. Items that are re-used may be contaminated with bacteria or other foreign matter but the devices are often delicate with complex shapes. Harsh chemicals and solvents can’t be used because their handling endangers medical personnel […]

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Why Ultrasonics Are Used in Automotive Parts Cleaning

March 25, 2020

Automotive parts are often subject to heavy, hard-to-remove contamination with oil, grease and carbon deposits. Traditional cleaning methods include removing some deposits manually and soaking, spraying, brushing and scraping the parts. These cleaning methods are time-consuming, require a heavy use of chemicals and water and can damage part surfaces. Ultrasonic cleaning of automotive parts is […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Are Used in Biotechnology Applications

March 10, 2020

Biotechnology companies have special needs for cleanliness of parts and equipment and for cleaning applications that don’t contaminate biotechnology processes. Parts such as tanks, containers, sieves, tubes and sensors often have to be completely free of contamination before being used in a biotechnology application. Using harsh chemicals to clean parts may leave deposits that can […]

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Why Ultrasonic Cleaners Provide the Best Green Option for Industrial Cleaning

February 19, 2020

Ultrasonic cleaning systems offer superior cleaning performance as well as a cleaner environmental footprint. Where traditional cleaning methods use toxic chemicals and require manual scrubbing or other mechanical cleaning, ultrasonic cleaners use plain water or mild detergents to clean parts quickly and completely. The work environment is safer for workers and free of aggressive chemicals […]

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The Benefits of Using Ultrasonic Cleaners in Industrial Parts Washing

February 5, 2020

Industrial ultrasonic cleaners can efficiently clean a variety of parts, delivering excellent cleaning performance while reducing costs. The mechanical scrubbing action of microscopic cavitation bubbles produced by the ultrasonic cleaning system cleans rapidly. It removes contaminants from the surfaces of parts made of varying materials and with many different shapes. Such cleaning takes place without […]

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Selecting the Best Frequency for Ultrasonic Cleaning Applications

January 21, 2020

Effective cleaning of parts with industrial ultrasonic cleaners depends on matching the system frequency to the parts to be cleaned and to the material to be removed. Low frequencies deliver high-energy cleaning for robust parts with hard surfaces and for heavy contamination. Cleaning with mid-range frequencies is for more fragile components but the systems can […]

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Is De-Ionized Water Needed for Ultrasonic Cleaning?

January 7, 2020

The use of de-ionized water can improve the cleaning performance of many applications using ultrasonic cleaning systems and for rinsing cleaned components. For lightly contaminated parts or for parts that can withstand the robust cleaning of low ultrasonic frequencies, cleaning with ordinary water is often enough. For parts that are more heavily contaminated or for […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Protect Components from Rust

December 20, 2019

Metal components can suffer from rust and corrosion unless they are specially protected. Even stainless steel can deteriorate if the outer layer of chromium oxide is disrupted. Metal finishing processes such as passivation help prevent corrosion by increasing the thickness of the protective oxide layer and making sure it is continuous. In order for metal […]

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