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Kaijo’s New Phenix Hyper Ultrasonic Generator Provides Optimum Cleaning Results

September 21, 2017

Kaijo’s new Phenix Hyper ultrasonic cleaning generator along with the Hyper immersible transducer deliver improved cleaning performance using the latest ultrasonic technology. The generator can be used with the standard sweep frequency mode but also features the new Hyper mode that improves cleaning effectiveness with a uniform ultrasonic pattern that completely fills the process tank. […]

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Ways an Ultrasonic Cleaning System Saves Time and Money

August 28, 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning systems can clean parts and components quickly, thoroughly and without chemicals or manual brushing. The systems work by placing items to be cleaned in a water bath and using ultrasonic sound waves in the liquid to dislodge contaminants. Properly selected and installed ultrasonic cleaners can reduce cleaning costs substantially and increase the efficiency […]

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How an Ultrasonic Generator Works

August 17, 2017

The ultrasonic generator is at the heart of ultrasonic cleaning systems as it produces the high-frequency signal that the ultrasonic transducers convert to sound waves in the cleaning solution. In addition to generating the signal, the unit can control the frequency and the power, produce several or a range of frequencies and act as part […]

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Designing an Ultrasonic Cleaning System for Your Application

July 31, 2017

While ultrasonic cleaning systems are an ideal solution for many cleaning applications, they have to be designed with the particular tasks in mind. The operating frequencies of the system and tank size are key factors in selecting a system that will fulfill requirements. The rated power of the ultrasonic system, its flexibility to meet various […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaning Tanks Work

July 19, 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning tanks hold the solution that cleans parts and components through the action of cavitation bubbles generated by the ultrasonic sound waves. An ultrasonic generator produces the electric signal and transducers mounted on the tanks convert the signal into waves in the cleaning liquid. The cavitation bubbles deliver a strong scrubbing action throughout the […]

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Can My Parts Be Cleaned Using Ultrasonics?

June 29, 2017

Industrial operations often require the cleaning of parts during or at the end of the manufacturing process. Traditionally such cleaning methods use harsh chemicals to dissolve contaminants and mechanical scrubbing to remove tough residue. Cleaning parts in this way is time-consuming and expensive. Even the best traditional cleaning methods are not completely effective and leave […]

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Kaijo Shibuya America Inc. at SEMICON West 2017

June 21, 2017

Kaijo Shibuya America Inc. will be exhibiting at¬†SEMICON West 2017, at Booth 5518 North Hall, from July 11-13 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Come by our booth to talk with us and learn how our new Phenix Hyper wave can enhance the uniformity of your ultrasonic cleaning process. Kaijo is an industry leader […]

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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 an Ultrasonic Cleaning System for 3D Printed Parts

May 30, 2017

Advances in 3D printing have made this new technology widely accessible with broad manufacturing capabilities. The 3D printers work by depositing tiny drops of material in thin layers according to a digital design. The material of the 3D part is usually a type of resin or plastic that is in liquid or paste form when […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Utilize Cavitation

May 17, 2017

Ultrasonic cleaning systems use cavitation in cleaning liquids to remove contaminants and surface dirt from a wide variety of parts that need cleaning. Cavitation bubbles are created by the action of sound waves in a cleaning solution. As the ultrasonic sound waves travel through the liquid, bubbles appear in the low-pressure troughs of the waves […]

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