Just a small nick from a razor or pair of sheers could potentially transfer infection, risking the health of the client, and a lawsuit for the stylist.
Ultrasonic Cleaners and How to Use Them
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?
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- David Huckabay
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Bike Chain Cleaning with Ultrasonics 0
If not properly cared for a bike of any kind, from expensive racing bikes to simple touring models, can malfunction possibly resulting in injury to the rider, to say nothing of the damage to the bike itself.
So how does one keep their bicycle in peak condition, and how often do you need perform the necessary maintenance? One method that’s starting to catch on with many cyclists and even shop owners is ultrasonic cleaning.
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- Amit Jivani
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Ultrasonic Cleaning in Dentistry 0
Cleanliness. If there’s one word that dominates the lives of almost every medical professional, it’s cleanliness. Everything in a dentists’s office must be clean on a patient by patient basis. Surfaces need to be wiped down, paper changed, and most importantly, instruments must be sterilized.
Ultrasonic Cleaning for Beauticians 0Do you work in direct contact with your customers? Professionals like beauticians, barbers, stylists, and the like, know how important it is to keep their various tools clean and disinfected.
Ultrasonic Cleaning of Optical Components 0
Anybody involved in the manufacture or use of high quality optics knows how important cleanliness is throughout the entire process. Even the smallest amount of soil, including water spotting, can cause tiny irregularities on the surface of the lens. These irregularities are more than just unsightly, they can effect how the lens performs and even prevent the proper adhesion of thin film coating, resulting in poor performance of the finished piece.