Electrowave Ultrasonics Corporation
Ultrasonic cleaning is the fastest, most economical and efficient method of removing dirt, oil, grease, rust, flux, oxide film and other contaminants from visible and invisible surfaces. An object immersed inside an ultrasonic cleaner becomes a sound wave conductor and helps clean itself. Most intricate parts may be cleaned without disassembly. The cleaning efficiency of this method is not duplicated by any other available means. Ultrasonic cleaning is the application of a high-frequency sound wave to an aqueous solution or solvent. The introduction of this sound wave into cleaning solution creates millions of microscopic bubbles, which expand and collapse (implode) vigorously. The agitation produced by the formation and implosion of these bubbles effects an intense scrubbing action upon submerged parts in the cleaning tank and removes accumulations and residues.TYPICAL CLEANING APPLICATIONS:
CONSIDERATIONS FOR SELECTION:
Choosing the right model is important for a successful ultrasonic operation. Size and type of the objects cleaned, and the volume and frequency of cleaning are the primary factors affecting the model selection.
To ensure effectiveness in both the time and quality of cleaning, it is desirable to choose a unit with tank capacity at least twice the volume of the objects cleaned at a time.
The SU units are particularly effective in cleaning assemblies and large objects.
The nine units specified below provide sufficient variation in tank depth and capacity to handle a variety of tough cleaning jobs. If necessary, ELECTROWAVE can custom-build units to match the customer's requirements at a reasonable added cost.
Optional Items: Recirculating system, filter, filter replacement indicator, stainless steel fittings and plumbing, low liquid safety cutout.