UltraSonic Cleaning Process

UltraSonic cleaning is a precision parts cleaning method using high-frequency sound waves to remove contaminants from parts. The key process in ultrasonic cleaning is cavitation. Transducers on all UltraSonic industrial cleaning machines are mounted on the sides. This means that there are no dead spots, and the UltraSonic cleaning machine cleans as well at the top of the tank as the bottom. With the cavitation process, micron-sized bubbles are formed from the alternating pressure waves generated from the high-energy transducers. The energy is then transferred and stored in each bubble.

Most Effective UltraSonic Cleaning
Cavitation

• Opposing Horizontal Transducers clean from TWO directions
• V-Bottom allows for easy cleaning

 

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Clean automotive heads using Ultrasonic cleaning

 

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Clean injectors using Ultrasonic cleaning

 

When each bubble comes into contact with the hard surface of the part being cleaned, it implodes into a micro jet, creating a kind of scrubbing action that causes the contaminants to dislodge from the surface. We also have specialized UltraSonic soap to help with baked-on carbon and heavy solids found in automotive applications.

UltraSonic cleaning saves time, reduces or eliminates hazardous solvents, is employee and environmentally friendly, and is a great insurance policy for the shop owner and customer. It is a winning cleaning combination for profit and product insurance.

Want to learn more about UltraSonic cleaning and UltraSonic cleaning machines, including setup, training and UltraSonic parts cleaning? Call us today at 513.502.9746

The Competition

 

• Vertically Cleaning Transducers clean from only one direction, soundwaves get obstructed by sludge
• Flat bottom is harder to clean

 

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Clean parts by using Ultrasonic

 

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clean engine pistons using UltraSonic LLC machines
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