Ultrasonic cleaning is efficient,
environmentally friendly and effective way of precision cleaning a wide range of components. Law changes regarding solvent cleaning which can be dangerous to the user has seen industry use ultrasonic cleaning as a safe and effective alternative.
Ultrasonic cleaning is always carried out in a fluid,
specially selected to suit both, the material of the goods to be cleaned and the particular type of contamination to be removed. This could range from just water to a special chemical solution to that aids cleaning.
Ultrasonic cleaning units work by sending high frequency sound waves,
through a tank of liquid using what’s called a transducer. A transducer is the key to an ultrasonic cleaning unit and its performance is based on its ability to convert high energy into sound waves which cause a powerful cleaning action.
This cleaning action is caused by a process called cavitation.
Cavitation involves huge forces which give a fantastic cleaning action. Tiny bubbles are formed by the soundwave which rapidly implode giving off masses of energy. This energy with immense pressure can force the displacement of the most stubborn contaminate within the most tight and intricate surfaces, without causing any damage to the components being cleaned.
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