Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment

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They harness the power of ultrasonic sound frequencies provided by transducers to convert electricity into intense sound waves that cause the formation and implosion of minuscule bubbles in a liquid cleaning medium. The bubbles perform a scrubbing action that reaches into grooves and hidden parts of products that are immersed into an agitated fluid. The frequencies of the sound waves are used in the ultrasonic cleaning equipment to adjust the size and amount of cavitation or the formation and collapse of the bubbles. Read Moreā€¦

Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment Ultrasonic cleaning equipment consists of a number of specialized cleaning machines that are used to clean a variety of parts and products.
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Leading Manufacturers

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.

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Davenport, IA  |  800-373-0144

If you are in need of cleaning solutions for problem contaminates such as carbon, dirt and flux, then Blue Wave Ultrasonics has the solution in the form of state-of-the-art ultrasonic cleaners. As premium ultrasonic cleaner manufacturers for extensive applications including tubing, gears and saw blades, Blue Wave Ultrasonics ultra sonic cleaners serve industries including optical and electronics.

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Blue Wave Ultrasonics, Inc. $$$

Cincinnati, OH  |  800-248-9274

Ransohoff specializes in multi-tank ultrasonic cleaning systems, ultrasonic cleaning tanks, immersible transducers and ultrasonic parts washers, utilizing award-winning Neptune series ultrasonic generators.

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Cleaning Technologies Group $$$

Scottsdale, AZ  |  800-500-2544

Engineered utilizing the latest ultrasonic technology, Ultrasonics International Corporation specializes in ultrasonic cleaning systems, ultrasonic cleaning equipment and ultrasonic parts cleaners. Our components, cleaning agents and custom system designs are available for a wide range of industries.

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Addison, IL  |  708-343-6900

Giant Finishing, Inc. is a worldwide manufacturer and supplier of finishing equipment. We are a family owned business with over 25 years of experience in the industry.

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Ultrasonic cleaning equipment has multiple benefits, including accuracy, consistency, and speed. Ultrasonic cleaning equipment is also more environmentally-friendly than using chemical solvents or hazardous chemicals. Unfortunately, tightly bonded soils, greases, and contaminants cannot always be removed with the use of ultrasonic cleaning equipment alone, but combining aqueous cleaning techniques with ultrasonic cleaning technology has been found to be an effective and environmentally-safe method of cleaning.

Ultrasonic cleaning equipment is capable of cleaning individual parts as well as multiple items simultaneously and is used in a variety of both commercial and industrial applications. Ultrasonic jewelry cleaning, window blind cleaning, and golf club cleaning are all completed with commercial ultrasonic cleaning equipment. Industrial applications include automotive parts, critical and precision cleaning, and pre- and post-production cleaning.

All ultrasonic cleaning equipment consists of a transducer, a generator, and an immersion tank at the least. The tank ranges in sizes from small and portable to industrial tanks. They may be long and narrow or rectangular depending on the application. The parts that require cleaning are placed into the tank which contains an ultrasound conductive fluid. There are three commonly used cleaning mediums: hot water cleaning, which uses a heated water stream, aqueous cleaning, which uses a water-based ultrasonic cleaning solution, and solvent or vapor cleaning, in which the solvent is evaporated then condensed onto the surface of the parts.

The process begins when there is cavitation. Cavitation is caused by the transducer which, depending on the equipment used, is either mounted directly in the tank or placed inside during operation. When the transducer introduces ultrasonic sound waves into the tank, countless minute imploding bubbles release both energy and heat to provide a highly efficient method of scrubbing exposed and concealed surfaces of the immersed parts.

The frequency of the ultrasonic sound waves is directly correlated to the number of implosions created, which provides operators with a great amount of control. For example, high frequencies create a larger number of implosions which is particularly good at removing very small particles and has no harmful or damaging effect on the surface of the parts or equipment being cleaned.

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