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How to Sonic Clean Dental Instruments

Ultrasonic Cleaners and Infection Control in Dental Clinics Ultrasonic cleaners are important contributors to achieving strict infection control procedures in dental clinics. Reusable dental instruments (as with surgical and medical instruments) in contact with patients' blood and tissue must undergo a rigid three-part procedure that first removes gross contaminants, then thorough scrubbing/washing and finally either sterilizing or disinfecting. The [...]

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​Ultrasonic Cleaners for Small Businesses

"The right tool for the right job" is a mantra espoused by professionals, whatever their business, and extends across all disciplines. If you don't believe it, Google it. This post focuses on ultrasonic cleaners for small businesses and how these versatile "tools" add efficiencies, improve results and help build customer satisfaction for small business owners running shopping mall kiosks [...]

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​Ultrasonic Cleaning Tattoo Parlor Instruments

A recent post on Statistics Brain reports 45 million Americans have at least one tattoo and that there are 21,000 tattoo parlors in the US. This source notes that 49 percent of people with tattoos think the reputation of tattoo artist or tattoo studio is the most important factor to consider when getting one.Rules for operating tattoo and body [...]

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​New E Plus Line of Elma Ultrasonic Cleaners Available

Upgraded Features Target Parts Cleaning and Laboratory ApplicationsUltrasonic cleaning equipment distributor iUltrasonic announces the availability of the new Elmasonic E Plus line of 37 kHz benchtop ultrasonic cleaners in 9 stainless steel tank capacities from 1/4 to 7-½ gallons. Replacing the Elmasonic E line, the newly designed E Plus ultrasonic cleaner units deliver about 30% more ultrasonic cleaning and [...]

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​Powerful New 25/45 kHz Elma xtra ST Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaners Available at iUltrasonic.com

New ultrasonic cleaners feature dynamic sweep/pulse mode for enhanced cleaning actionUltrasonic cleaning equipment distributor iUltrasonic.com announces the availability of the powerful new Elmasonic xtra ST line of dual-frequency 25/45 kHz industrial ultrasonic cleaners in 7 stainless steel tank capacities from 8 to 67 gallons. These rugged wheel-mounted ultrasonic cleaner units feature a sweep mode for uniform distribution of cleaning energy, [...]

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Where to Use Ultrasonic Cleaning Technology

Where to Use Ultrasonic Cleaning Technology The word “contamination” or “contaminant” when used in conjunction with ultrasonic cleaning has a much broader definition than pollution, mold, or radioactivity. Instead, it is a much simpler definition, expressed in Wikipedia as the presence of an unwanted constituent or impurity. In terms of ultrasonic cleaning techniques, a [...]

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How to Select and Use Your Ultrasonic Cleaner

If you’ve landed on this article chances are you’ve heard about how great ultrasonic cleaners are when it comes to removing all kinds of contamination from all kinds of surfaces. So you’ve decided to look further into the subject. You’ve come to the right place because when it comes to selecting and using your ultrasonic [...]

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Flammable Solvents and Ultrasonic Cleaners

There are many instances when flammable solvents such as IPA, acetone and toluene are used for cleaning parts that must be residue-free after the process. Extreme care must be taken under all circumstances but it is especially called for when using flammable solvents in ultrasonic cleaners. That’s because spilled solvent and solvent vapors can [...]

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How to Extend Ultrasonic Cleaning Solution Performance

Few will argue that ultrasonic cleaners do a fantastic job of removing a host of contaminants from a host of surfaces. While not suitable for every cleaning job, an ultrasonic cleaner is generally recognized as saving time, increasing throughput and providing a clean surface for subsequent operations ranging from surgical suites to machine shops.Where [...]

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Ultrasonic Cleaning Laboratory Instruments

Already used for sample prep and other tasks, a benchtop ultrasonic cleaner is the perfect tool for cleaning a wide range of laboratory instruments made of glass, porcelain, ceramics, plastics, and metals. Ultrasonic cavitations’ advantage over manual and mechanical cleaning is that it is thorough, it accesses all surfaces of immersed instruments, [...]

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