Many of the parts we place in ultrasonic cleaning systems don’t need—or can’t stand—detergents. Semiconductor wafers, some surgical instruments, many printed circuit boards, delicate antiques, and dental prosthetics are just a few of them.
As we have discussed in the past, ultrasonic cleaning is used throughout the industrial world to remove a variety of contaminants ranging from dust to metal chips to carbon fibers to oil to baked-on polymers. There is not a “One Frequency Fits All” out there. Effective cleaning requires choosing the correct ultrasonic cleaning frequency to […]