Ultrasonic Cleaning

Ultrasonic cleaning is process that uses sound waves (ultrasound) between 20-499 kHz to clean. The parts are placed in a solvent bath (usually just water) where they are exposed to cavitation bubbles induced by the high frequency pressure waves which work to agitate contaminates free from surfaces. The process is great for penetrating blind holes, recesses, and cracks where brushes, picks, or rags fail.

INTERNAL CLEANING OF SMALL PARTS
- electric motors
- carburators
- fuel injectors
- switches
- tools
- electronics
- actuators
- oxide removal (metals)
- jewellery, watches etc.

CONTAMINATES
- dirt
- grease
- waxes
- oils