Ultrasonic Cleaners and How to Use Them — Ultrasonic Cleaning Tips


How Much Ultrasonic Power Do I Need? 2

Today's post will take a look at one of the most commonly asked questions in ultrasonic cleaning. We'll talk about what those power specs mean, whether or not to trust them, and more.

Dear Dave,

I an trying to choose an ultrasonic cleaner, and using the power specification to compare brands. But they don’t seem to be something I can compare apples to apples. Is there a standard I can use?


Ultrasonic Cleaning – Better for the Environment 0

ultrasonic-cleaning-is-greenToday we’re going to take a look at why ultrasonic cleaning is THE choice for the environment. More and more people, companies, and organizations have begun to realize the importance of reducing their “environmental footprint”.

Ultrasonics – The Safer Way to Clean 0

Ultrasonic cleaning just may the the single safest way to clean your parts. Read on to find out why. 

Anybody who works with or around any kind of industrial equipment knows just how important safety is.

An injury not only effects the employee who received it, but also the company as a whole through lost labor and insurance costs.

This begs the question; Why do companies still have their employees clean parts by hand with dangerous, toxic chemicals when there’s a much faster, safer method available?

How to Degas Ultrasonic Cleaners 1

Today we’re going to be talking about de-gassing, what it is, and why you need to do it to get the best performance out of your ultrasonic tank.When you fill your tank with fresh cleaning solution, that liquid has a lot of air trapped in it. So long as it’s in there, you’ll be using ultrasonic energy to drive it out – instead of cleaning your parts.

The solution is to de-gas your tank, by running the ultrasonics and heat for 3-8 minutes before you put your parts in. The time needed will vary depending on your tank size and power level.

ultrasonic degas in progress