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Ultrasonic cleaning technology has advanced tremendously since its introduction in the 1950’s. Now the cleaning standard in many industries, ultrasonic cleaning has gained wide acceptance in the jewelry industry. Today you will find it being used by most dentists and hospitals to clean tools and surgical instruments. Other industries where ultrasonic cleaning equipment is typically found, include watch-making and repair, firearms and it is extensively used for cleaning of rare coins and historical artifacts. Ultrasonic cleaning cleans in a gentle, yet powerful and effective way without damaging the item being cleaned.

Ultrasonic cleaning equipment can range from small bench top units, to large custom-designed units for cleaning specific items, such as aircraft engine parts. The basic design of an ultrasonic cleaning unit consists of a tub or tank filled with water and or a cleaning agent. Some cleaning agents are water-soluble, while some are not and eliminate the use of water. All cleaning agents are specifically chosen for use with the items being cleaned, ensuring the best results. A transducer incorporated into the unit produces ultrasonic waves that pass through the fluid, actually ripping the fluid apart, while creating tiny or even microscopic vacuum bubbles. Called “cavitation”, this action is similar to the bubbles produced by a boat propeller as it spins in the water. These tiny bubbles scrub the parts or instruments being cleaned and remove contaminants, such as dirt, dust, grease, bacteria, and blood, to name a few.

Crest Powersonic Benchtop Ultrasonic Cleaners have several features that have separated them from the competition. Crest Ultrasonics uses patented enhanced ceramic transducers, delivering more cleaning power and better reliability, when compared to traditional transducers. Crest also uses system of overlapping sonic waves. They vary the frequency between 42 kHz and 45 kHz, eliminating any standing waves. Standing waves can create “hot-spots” and cut the cleaning efficiency of other ultrasonic cleaning equipment.

Crest Powersonic Benchtop Ultrasonic Cleaners are available in eight sizes with inside tank dimensions ranging from 6” x 5.25” x 4” and 55 watts of average sonic power, to 19.5” x 11.75” x 8” and 300 watts of average sonic power. Standard features on all units include: adjustable thermostatically controlled heaters, a cover, all stainless steel enclosures, and a main on/off switch. Models are also available with either analog or digital timers. Included with the purchase of all units is a two-year warranty on parts and labor. With a winning combination of performance, quality and price, Crest Powersonic Benchtop Ultrasonic Cleaners are the clear choice for your ultrasonic cleaning needs.

by: getMedOnline


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