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ESMA, Inc.South Holland, IL | 800-276-2466
Since 1972, Esma Inc. has been producing quality ultrasonic cleaners, as well as benchtop electropolishing equipment. Esma offers a unique and progressive approach to automating the ultrasonic cleaning process.$$$
Process Equipment and Supply, Inc.Eastlake, OH | 800-539-6336
Process Equipment and Supply Co. is a stocking distributor for Branson benchtop ultrasonic cleaners. We offer quality equipment for a variety of industrial and commercial applications. We offer our customers unrivaled customer service and high-quality products. Our knowledgeable team is available to assist our customers 24/7 and is dedicated to finding the perfect solution for their individual...$$$
Great Lakes Finishing EquipmentSouth Elgin, IL | 708-345-5300
Great Lakes Finishing Equipment, Inc. is a full line supplier of aqueous and semi-aqueous ultrasonic cleaning equipment. Equipment includes benchtop cleaners, tank and generator series, immersible transducers, console systems and engineered systems. Our customers include defense, aerospace, medical, firearms and industrial.$$$
CleanosonicRichmond, VA | 855-877-6642
Cleanosonic is a family owned and operated distributor of ultrasonic cleaners. Jewelry cleaners and weapon cleaning systems are amongst our most popular products. We provide first-class service, reasonably priced quality equipment and offer brands including those of Branson, Crest, and Gemoro. We welcome you to consult with our ultrasonic cleaning expert and Branson Ultrasonics representative.$$$
Custom Ultrasonics Manufacturers List
This unique and highly advanced cleaning process is used in many industries, including automotive, medical, jewelry, sporting goods, and more. Ultrasonic cleaning machines can be manufactured to be large enough to hold sizeable components like car parts or small enough to clean a wedding ring.
For some applications, particularly in industrial settings, a custom ultrasonic cleaner will be necessary. Some companies require customized units that can be made to clean very large components or machines that match a set of exact size specifications due to space limitations in a factory.
Some manufacturers work with clients to help create a custom ultrasonic machine that meets their particular needs. Engineers will consult with the client and determine what parameters need to be put on the project in order to make the final product work efficiently with the client's existing systems. They will develop a model first, and then move on to building a prototype. If the client needs many of these units, they will optimize the production process to keep costs down.
Most manufacturers will not produce a custom ultrasonic cleaning machine for a client unless the client orders multiple units at the same time. The cost of engineering and producing just one unit is often much too high to make it reasonable. Exceptions are sometimes made when the machine can be assembled using modified parts and components from products that the manufacturer already offers.
Large ultrasonic cleaning machines can be made with multiple chambers, so in one machine there can be separate areas for cleaning various components. Some applications may require the machine to have more safety and control features due to industry regulations, so a manufacturer can add these features to ensure that industry standards are met. These regulatory demands are most common in the medical and pharmaceutical industries, where strict procedures for cleaning objects and operating any machinery are absolutely necessary to maintain protocol.