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Aqueous Ultrasonic Cleaning System:

How Does Ultrasonic Cleaning Work? Three basic elements are required to produce cavitation: a generator, a tank, and a transducer. This combination of components produces an ultrasonic system. The intense agitation needed for cleaning occurs when standard electrical current is converted first to electrical energy of a higher frequency by the generator, then into ultrasound waves by the transducers. These transducers are either bonded to the tank bottom, or enclosed in a stainless steel housing which is mounted inside the tank. The sound waves produced by these transducers exert enormous pressures which loosen soils lodged in hard-to-reach areas of a work piece, including blind holes and crevices.

 

Deionized Water Rinsing: The lower the mineral content in the rinse water, the less likely it is that the work pieces will stain during the drying process. Depending on the quality of the local water supply and the critical nature of the particular part being cleaned, deionized water rinsing may be necessary. Our recirculating deionized water rinse stations remove the minerals and organic matter from tap water and recirculate it through either of the rinse station tanks. 

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