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Benefits of Ultrasonic Cleaners

The use of ultrasonic cleaning machines has shown several benefits over conventional cleaning methods. Advances in ultrasonic technology have enabled the development of innovations that make these cleaners less expensive, more effective and more energy-efficient than many of the tools previously used for specialty cleaning tasks. The advantages that these cleaners offer have made a significant impact in numerous industries ranging from research laboratories to medical offices to machine shops.

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Deep and Even Cleaning

The cavitation produced by top-of-the-line ultrasonic cleaners enable a deeper cleaning of delicate instruments than the level of cleaning available by other methods. The high-frequency ultrasonic vibrations, along with the special cleaning solutions, create the effect of millions of tiny bubbles that act to erode the dirt and other contaminants off the target surface without the need for mechanical scrubbing, which may not clean sensitive material with even distribution of solvents.

Care for Materials

Ultrasonic cleaners are also useful in the cleaning of delicate materials, such as surgical instruments or laboratory tools. Since they do not rely on any abrasive surfaces to scrape off the grime, ultrasonic cleaners are highly prized for their ability to wash instruments without inducing any friction or wear. Environments that require a thorough cleaning of sensitive equipment rely on ultrasonic cleaners to prevent damage that may come with other cleaning techniques.

High-Speed Cleaning

With many laboratory tools, cleaning can be a frustrating and time-consuming chore, especially if the instrument requires cleaning surfaces and crevices by hand. Another facet of ultrasonic cleaners is that they can clean the most difficult instruments and delicate surfaces quickly and easily. Ultrasonic cleaners can effectively remove dirt from complex tools in minutes. The machines also typically require little to no supervision, which can free up time for lab workers to complete other tasks.

Energy Efficiency

Early models of ultrasonic cleaners were highly inefficient in their energy usage. These preliminary models spent too much power by giving off heat, vibrations and other wasteful effects that took away from their cleaning tasks. Today’s machines are much more efficient and channel more power into applying the most effective cleaning environment in the tank. The reduced energy requirements also keep down costs and lower environmental impacts.

Minimal Cleaning Solution

The more efficient ultrasonic cleaners also require lower volumes of cleaning solution. Also, most of the cleaning solutions used in the machines are water-based, making them much safer for the environment than solvent-based solutions. In  cases involving the removal of dust and other fine particles, the machines can clean almost as effectively without any chemical cleaning solution; the cavitation effects allow the cleaners can remove particles with only filtered water in the receptacle. The reduced need for cleaning solutions also means that less of the phosphate-based detergents and other chemical agents could contaminate groundwater supplies after disposal.

Cost Effectiveness

The development of more efficient ultrasonic technology has also led to lower costs to purchase, use and maintain these machines. The reduced need for special cleaning solutions also impacts the bottom line of many facilities that require specialized cleaning tasks. Several of the previously mentioned aspects – energy costs, time management, reduced wear and tear – can all contribute to reducing costs for facilities that continually face tight budgets while requiring that their tools at peak efficiency.


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