Omegasonics releases three new cleaning stations that allow contractors to save 500% when repairing and restoring electronic components.
Simi Valley, CA (PRWEB) June 16, 2008 – Omegasonics, the west coast’s largest manufacturer of ultrasonic cleaning industry, has announced three new products specifically for the fire and water restoration cleaning market. Each one of the machines has a specific application that it is suited best for. These new machines offered by Omegasonics solidify even more their place in the disaster restoration market.
The new cleaning stations are: the Omega® 2000E, 2300E and PCS2700E which use a precisely controlled low volume ratio of water and air for efficient cleaning of sensitive electronic equipment. Each unit incorporates an internal adjustable water pressure regulator to protect plumbing from over pressurized water sources and a conveniently accessible air pressure regulator for the proper mix of air to water. The Omega® PCS2700E is a portable cleaning station and can be mounted anywhere.
The Omega® 2000E features a rotary turntable inside a rhino-lined cabinet while the 2300E uses a telescopic, rotary turntable for easy loading and unloading of parts.
“We are excited to add these products to our lineup of products. Fire and water damage restoration cleaning can be a very delicate and time consuming job, and with these new products we hope to speed up the process while maintaining the quality of the original damaged item”, said Frank Pedeflous, Owner of Omegasonics.
Omegasonics was established in 1982 and has become a leader in the ultrasonic cleaning industry. Replacing the traditional methodology of hand scrubbing with toxic solvents, ultrasonic uses sound vibrations, hot water and engineered soaps to clean a broad range of products and parts.
Omegasonics also delivers environmental benefits to customers who no longer have to store, work with, or dispose of toxic cleaning agents. To receive more information on any of the cleaning stations, call Omegasonics at 1.888.989.5560 or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information is available at omegasonics.com.