Highly efficient and effective cleaning is a requirement in many industries. Manufacturers clean components at various stages in their manufacturing process. Medical professionals need deep penetrating cleaning action that does not damage their precision instruments. Aircraft maintenance crews need to ensure parts are thoroughly scoured without any surface damage to avoid any degradation in flight performance.
In addition, the compaction of geometries has led to the need for deep probing cleansing action to reach tight spaces that may not be easily and effectively reachable otherwise. Plus, the phasing out of environmentally hostile chlorofluorocarbons globally has eliminated the legal (and moral) viability of many cleaning processes. More importantly though, critical factors like performance and warranty requirements lay a greater stress on the need for a high quality, predictable, repeatable, cleaning outcome.
The Ultrasonic cleaners are the equipments that use high frequency sound waves (ultrasonic: above the range of human hearing) to agitate an aqueous or organic medium (cleaning chemistry) that in turn acts on contaminants adhering to substrates like metals, plastics, glass, rubber and ceramics. Contaminants can be dust, dirt, oil, pigments, grease, polishing compounds, flux agents, fingerprints, soot wax and mold release agents, biological soil like blood, and so on.
There are several types and capacities of ultrasonic cleaners that are specifically made for different types of industries and use. Besides the home use portable ultrasonic cleaners which are ideal for jewelry, CD, etc. cleaning, there are also larger industrial ultrasonic cleaning equipments for different types of industries such as repair shops, manufacturing facilities, medical and dental clinics for precise instrument cleaning.
Branson DHA-1000 is a 10 gallon capacity indsutrial ultrasonic cleaner available at getMedOnline.com
How does an ultrasonic cleaner work? Watch the Video