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How Custom Designed Ultrasonic Cleaners Meet Automotive Industry Needs

November 5, 2020

The automotive industry has varied cleaning requirements for automotive parts and re-built components. Cleaning applications may range from rugged engine parts with hard steel surfaces to more delicate parts with special finishes or coatings. Automotive ultrasonic cleaners can be custom-designed to handle such special applications, and customized systems can often deliver improved cleaning performance. Kaijo has extensive […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Safely and Effectively Clean Without Chemicals

October 21, 2020

Traditional cleaning of industrial parts, mechanical components and electronics has typically involved soaking in aggressive chemicals, pressure washing and manual scrubbing. These methods can damage the surfaces of the parts to be cleaned, use large quantities of water, are costly and are time-consuming. While some parts can be cleaned adequately in this way, parts with […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Are Used to Provide Effective Infection Control

October 8, 2020

With the increased use of minimally invasive surgical techniques, tools and instruments that can’t be cleaned easily or sterilized with high temperatures are becoming more common. Endoscopic instruments are hard to clean, and many are temperature sensitive. Tools such as those for collecting biopsies have complicated shapes, and may have features such as hinges that […]

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ROI on Using Ultrasonic Cleaners

September 23, 2020

When a business manager considers whether to buy a piece of equipment, an important factor for the decision is the return on investment (ROI). For ultrasonic cleaners, the manager compares the cost of buying the equipment with the anticipated savings. If the savings over two to three years are equal to or greater than the cost […]

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Why the Medical Industry Has Increased Its Use of Ultrasonic Cleaning

September 8, 2020

Because a high degree of cleanliness is essential for safe medical practice, implants, medical instruments and other medical devices have to be cleaned thoroughly before use. Medical instruments and devices may have been soiled with bodily fluids while implants often have manufacturing residues that have to be removed. Ultrasonic cleaning uses microscopic cavitation bubbles to […]

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What Medical Applications Require High Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning?

August 20, 2020

Ultrasonic cleaning represents an ideal solution for many medical applications because ultrasonic cleaners deliver rapid and complete cleaning without the use of hazardous chemicals. Medical implants, surgical instruments and other medical devices can be cleaned in an ultrasonic bath of plain water or with a disinfecting solution. Even devices with complex shapes, interior cavities or […]

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Which Ultrasonic Frequencies Are Used in Automotive Parts Cleaning?

August 6, 2020

Automotive parts generally have hard surfaces and are comparatively rugged. This allows ultrasonic cleaning to take place at the lower end of the ultrasonic frequency spectrum where the powerful cleaning action might damage more fragile components. Within that lower range, there is still room for optimizing cleaning performance by exactly matching the ultrasonic frequency to […]

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Why Medical 3D Printing Uses Ultrasonic Cleaning

July 22, 2020

Medical 3D printing is used to produce instruments, implants and prostheses but all these products have to be completely clean before being used. This is especially true of implants and instruments that are inserted into the body during surgery. Any contamination can result in infections and ultimately failure of the implant procedure. Medical ultrasonic cleaners […]

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How Ultrasonic Cleaners Reduce Labor Costs and Improve Employee Safety

July 9, 2020

Ultrasonic cleaners are a fast and safe way to clean a variety of parts without expensive and hazardous chemicals or mechanical scrubbing. The process is faster than traditional cleaning methods and cleaning performance is improved because even complicated shapes and hard-to-access areas can be cleaned effectively. Workplaces are safer and production lines can have a […]

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Cleaning Aluminum Engine Parts in an Ultrasonic Cleaner

June 23, 2020

Aluminum engine parts may require routine cleaning or the removal of contaminants prior to re-building. Because aluminum is softer than steel, scrubbing or scraping to remove tough deposits can damage the aluminum surface. Soaking in strong solvents may soften deposits and remove some contaminants but manual or mechanical cleaning is usually required to clean residues. […]

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