What makes a good ultrasonic cleaner? These 7 factors will help you answer the questions “how do I choose an industrial ultrasonic cleaner and what is the right ultra sonic cleaner for your cleaning application”. Ultrasonic cleaner frequency What frequency is best for ultrasonic cleaning or as some refer to as ultrasound cleaning? Ultrasonic cleaning […]
These days, every industry talks about how they can become more environmentally friendly. But going green isn’t just a buzzword.
Millions of workers are exposed to toxic solvents on a daily basis. Cleaning in an industrial environment almost always includes using some type of solvent to remove dirt, mold release, grease or grime, but did you know that many health hazards are associated with solvent exposure?
When choosing or designing an ultrasonic cleaning system, there are certain considerations to keep in mind. These range from the types and size of objects to be cleaned to the particular type of contaminant that needs to be removed.
With the advent of high-speed Internet and tools that make remote connections as easy as possible, many companies have been able to recruit their best talent scattered geographically far and wide.
Whether it’s an earthquake, fire, flood or any other natural disaster, there’s always something you’re desperate to salvage from the remains.
You may have heard about ultrasonic cleaning, a method of cleaning parts that are fouled with oils, build up, grime, debris and other deposits that uses eco-friendly detergents, and without harsh solvent chemicals that can damage the surrounding environment.
You have made the decision for your business to purchase an ultrasonic cleaner.
Are you thinking about investing in an ultrasonic cleaner for your business?
You’ve been thinking about, or have already purchased, a brand new ultrasonic cleaner from Omegasonics. You are getting ready to set your first batch of parts to be cleaned, and you realize you just aren’t sure how you should be putting the parts into your cleaner—or maybe you are an old hat, and you want […]