Collectors and audiophiles clean up to 6 records simultaneously with the CleanerVinyl Easy6 System.
The system features:
- Advanced high-performance ultrasonic cleaner, made in Germany.
- Quick and easy vertical loading of records.
- Integrated drying fan: Never handle a wet record.
- Integrated RPM control (~0.5 to 3 RPM).
- Integrated 7" singles adapter.
Elmasonic EP60H CleanerVinyl Easy6 Bundle includes:
- CleanerVinyl Easy6
- Elmasonic EP60H ultrasonic cleaner (110V)
Components of Elmasonic EP60H CleanerVinyl Easy6 Cleaning Kits
CleanerVinyl Easy6 System is a versatile and configurable ultrasonic vinyl record cleaning solution for collectors and audiophiles. The system cleans up to 6 records per batch and features easy vertical loading through the removable motor unit. Easy6 features an integrated drying fan, RPM control (~0.5-3 RPM), and a built-in 7" singles adapter.
The Elmasonic EP60H ultrasonic cleaner is designed and manufactured in Germany to the highest quality specifications. This model operates at 37 kHz in Sweep frequency mode for uniform cleaning. The microprocessor-controlled generator guarantees consistent performance from batch to batch and over the long run. You can expect outstanding cleaning along with excellent customer service.
How does ultrasonic cleaning work and what fluid should I put in the tank?
Ultrasonic cleaning is different from classic record cleaning methods. It does not need much assistance from detergents and other fluid additives.
The ultrasonic cleaning process benefits from adding surface tension lowering substances to distilled water such as wetting agents like Ilford Ilfotol, Kodak Photo-Flo or Tergikleen. Just add a few drops until the records appear smoothly coated with water while they travel outside the fluid during a cleaning run.
Adding a few percent of alcohol to distilled water has a similar effect, with the added benefit of aiding the removal of fatty residue such as finger prints and similar. Ultrasonic cleaning gets the job done by the formation of vacuum-filled microscopic bubbles in the cleaning fluid. These bubbles grow through the energy distributed in the tank by the ultrasonic pressure waves that run through the cleaning tank.
At a certain size the bubbles collapse and their energy is released as localized pressure waves. These pressure waves create a strong fluid flow lifting the dirt particles from the surface of the records. The fluid then transports the dirt away from the surface.
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