What is Precision Cleaning? It’s important to distinguish between “regular cleaning” and “precision cleaning.” True precision cleaning involves removing all contaminants from the surface of the object to be cleaned. Precision cleaning is vital to the success of industries as varied as aerospace, defense, medical implants, computer tech, and pharmaceutical. In fact, parts in these […]
Solvents vs. Detergents – What’s the Difference?
When it comes to industrial parts cleaning, there are many options available to the consumer, from the type of cleaning unit used to whether to use solvents or detergents to break down stubborn grime on objects to be cleaned. Whether to choose solvents or detergents in cleaning is a vital choice that touches on everything […]
What’s Better: Ultrasonic or Agitation Cleaning?
Cleaning industrial parts Two common industrial cleaning type machines: ultrasonic and agitation washers. In one sense, ultrasonic cleaning is agitation cleaning, just at a microscopic scale. Both kinds of cleaning have their benefits and uses and are used for precision and industrial parts cleaning across industries. What is ultrasonic cleaning? Ultrasonic cleaning makes use of the physical […]
Ultrasonic Precision Cleaning for Aerospace Safety
Consider the incredible speeds, temperatures, and pressures that aerospace industry parts routinely endure. Even the best engineered parts must be kept scrupulously clean when in operation. Even the slightest error could cost precious lives and millions of dollars in damage. Traditionally, aerospace parts, whether they were from jet airplanes or rockets, have been precision cleaned […]
Omegasonics teams-up with Layton Technologies
Omegasonics is Layton Technologies’ new representative in the US for specialized solvent cleaning and solvent drying systems for technically demanding areas of precision cleaning. Omegasonics will provide local sales and development of Layton’s range of specialized equipment which already has an established and growing base of users in the US, as well as established representatives […]