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?
In a previous post we examined the basics of ultrasonic cleaning, and learned how ultrasonic cleaners essentially “pressure wash” objects at the microscopic level. In this post, we take a closer look at the liquid medium used to transmit the ultrasonic sound waves and clean objects in industrial ultrasonic cleaners. First, a brief review of […]
Industrial tools and medical instruments come in many different shapes and sizes. While in use, they can accumulate grease, bacteria, oils and more. But did you know that 30-50% of the surface area for many these items are unreachable when cleaned by a bristle brush! This poses a tough challenge for the operator when trying […]
For example, did you know that picking the wrong ultrasonic soap when cleaning can cause your machine to suffer from a poor cleaning performance? It can damage the item and disrupt the cavitation process, as well. Using the wrong soap can also decrease efficiency in ultrasonic cleaning, resulting in un-maximized gains. Omegasonics is one of […]