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Ultrasonic Cleaners in Truck Service Bays

Operators of commercial truck service bays like to pride themselves on fast turnarounds – getting customers’ trucks back on the road and earning money. The time required for major repairs such as engine and transmission overhauls can be significantly shortened when industrial ultrasonic cleaners are used to remove built-up grease, carbon deposits and other contaminants [...]

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Managing Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaning Solution Temperatures

Correct ultrasonic cleaning solution temperatures are a key element in successful industrial sonic cleaning operations. In fact it is accurate to state that cleaning solution temperature is important for any ultrasonic cleaning operation. Ultrasonic cleaning temperatures are recommended by cleaning solution manufacturers and can be set on cleaners equipped with thermostat-controlled heaters. Units such as [...]

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Handling Ultrasonic Cleaner Noise

This post title would appear to be a contradiction in terms when considering the strict definition of ultrasonic or ultrasound – that is sound that cannot be heard or sound above the audible range. This is generally pegged at above 20 kHz. Common ultrasonic frequencies generally range from 25 kHz used to clean heavily soiled welded, [...]

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Ultrasonic Cleaners for Lawn & Garden Centers

We at iUltrasonic are ready to bet that operators of lawn and garden centers view the end of winter and approach of spring with mixed emotions. Customers who neglected to winterize their power equipment the previous fall will soon be calling and wanting their tillers, mowers, garden tractors, weed eaters and other power equipment fixed [...]

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An Ultrasonic Cleaner for Barber Shops and Beauty Salons

Cleaning and disinfecting scissors, clippers, combs and other reusable instruments in barber shops and beauty salons is a wise practice, and in states such as New Jersey is mandated by the State Administrative Code Title 13 Chapter 28 issued by the Board of Cosmetology and Hairstyling. Subchapter 3.2 section b states in part “All reusable [...]

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notes on the ultrasonic cleaner basket

Ultrasonic cleaner basket size must not be overlooked when you specify internal dimensions of the ultrasonic cleaning tank based on the size of parts being cleaned. The reason is simple:basket dimensions are slightly less than tank internal dimensions. As an example the tank of the 7.5 gallon capacity Elmasonic EH750EL cleaner is 19.9 x 11.8 [...]

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How to Remove Brazing Residues from Metal Tubing

Ultrasonic cleaning is a fast, effective way to remove residues deposited when brazing or soldering end fittings to stainless steel metal tubing used for fuel lines and brake lines. Residues left on external surfaces may attract dirt and in some instances may attack the metal. Residues that penetrate to the inside of metal tubing and [...]

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Injection Mold Cleaning Tips

Cleaning a plastic injection mold is greatly simplified and results vastly improved when parts are immersed in an ultrasonic cleaning solution. Here we provide some injection mold cleaning tips and explain why sonication is safe and effective, restoring injection molds to a like-new condition. An ultrasonic cleaning process eliminates risking damage that can result from manually [...]

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How to Get the Most from your Ultrasonic Cleaner

Here’s another post on getting the most from your ultrasonic cleaner.  We’ve already discussed the importance of selecting the proper ultrasonic frequency and why a degassing step helps improve the performance of fresh cleaning solutions. Here we’ll cover sweep and pulse functions, cleaning solution temperature, and how to extend the life of the cleaning solution before [...]

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Ultrasonic Cleaners in Surgical Suites

Cleaning medical and surgical instruments is an exacting process that should be undertaken following a procedure in order to avoid blood, hemoglobin, synovial fluid and other contaminants from drying on instruments and thereby becoming extremely difficult to remove. That’s why all surgical and orthopedic instruments should be carefully washed and wiped immediately after use to [...]

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