Ultrasonic Cleaners Refurbishing Products Translates into Cost Savings
Ultrasonic cleaners play a key role in maintenance and refurbishing of a very broad range of tools, equipment, and mechanical parts. As profit margins become slimmer, maintenance and refurbishing of used equipment help to reduce costs and keep companies profitable. These savings, in turn, are passed on to their customers, who have to manage tighter budgets themselves.
In fact, in these difficult economic times an increasing number of industrial companies are opting to have their own equipment refurbished rather than replaced. Ultrasonic cleaners are important for manufacturers, their customers, and companies offering maintenance services, because all parties must optimize efficiency and reliability.
Whether a company offers refurbished equipment to its customers, is saving money by refurbishing in-house parts, or offers a refurbishing service, an ultrasonic parts cleaner plays a critical role in keeping cost down for everyone involved. If the cost of purchasing and maintaining a refurbished part is less than purchasing new, a legitimate savings has been created. A key step in refurbishing is stripping the dirt, grime, oil, carbon and other soil built up on a used part. Ultrasonic part cleaning is the answer because it eliminates the need for manual scrubbing; works very fast, cleans even hard-to-reach areas of complex parts, and can be used to safely restore parts to their original condition.
Soaking a part in a cleaning solution and scrubbing it commits time and resources to the process, creating unnecessary expense. Ultrasonic degreasing not only eliminates the need for manual scrubbing, but it is versatile enough to meet various challenges. The correct selection of ultrasonic frequency, ultrasonic power, chemical cleaning solution, and temperature allow removal of both heavy soils such as carbon deposits, lapping abrasives and polishing media and light contaminants such as oil and dust. Also, compared to manual cleaning methods, ultrasonic batch processing provides the means to clean multiple parts in a single cycle. Typical cleaning cycle times are less than 30 minutes. Most cleaning can be accomplished with water-based soap solutions instead of hazardous solvents.
Representative examples of ultrasonic industrial parts washing include ultrasonic auto parts cleaning, ultrasonic PCB cleaning, ultrasonic cleaning electrical assemblies, ultrasonic aircraft parts cleaning, and ultrasonic cleaning molds for plastics processing.
In these difficult economic times ultrasonic cleaners from iUltrasonic can be of great assistance in reducing time, effort, and cost across a variety of applications. Ultrasonic cleaning not only enhances the competitive advantage of the company using the technology, it also allows cost savings to be passed on to their customers.
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