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Manufacturing Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaners for a Solvent-Free World

Built in the USA

Manufacturing Industrial Ultrasonic Cleaners for a Solvent-Free World

Built in the USA

Ultrasonic cleaning is becoming more and more popular every day across a wide range of industries.

It’s a safe, fast, highly-effective, non-abrasive means of cleaning just about any part or material while remaining completely environmentally sensitive.

From nozzles to hoses to brake parts and delicate machinery, it can handle just about anything, and aerospace providers are starting to learn the importance and effectiveness of this kind of cleaning.

Get the most out of your cleaning and refurbishing of aerospace industry parts with completely safe and effective methods of aerospace ultrasonic cleaning.

How It Works

Ultrasonic cleaning, as you might expect, works using sound waves. These sound waves are higher than the human hearing is capable of detecting, and when combined with water and eco-friendly detergent solutions, the vibrations they create cause bubbles in a process known as cavitation. There are millions of these cavities produced, and as they compress and implode, high temperatures and pressure is created which removes dirt and soil from the parts to be cleaned.

Effectiveness of Aerospace Ultrasonic Cleaning

The effectiveness of aerospace ultrasonic cleaning cannot be understated. Because the entire process is handled by vibrations of tiny bubbles, the cleaning can get into any crack, hole or crevice, no matter how small. The toughest carbon buildups, grease, oil and grime can be removed, and it all happens quickly using materials that are completely biodegradable, doing no harm to the surrounding environment.

There’s no need to disassemble delicate parts, risking damage to the inner workings, and then try to get at tough areas with brushes that could also harm the metals, plastics and rubber involved. Seals, O-rings and other fasteners can be left in place, the part submerged, and it will come out factory-clean and ready to function exactly as intended. It’s safe to use on aluminum, zinc, plastic, rubber, iron or just about any other material.

Frequency, Resonance and Care

The frequency of vibration can be adjusted to alter the size of the bubbles and the effects of the equipment. The viscosity of the cleaning solution will have an effect on cavitation, and both together will be influenced by temperature. Professional ultrasonic cleaning services know how to carefully adjust these issues to abide by strict manufacturer frequency and time limits to avoid damage from the resonance of the vibrations.

These factors are critical in cleaning any parts, but especially the delicate parts used in the aerospace industry. The settings for ultrasonic cleaning must be carefully controlled to remove tough carbon, contaminants and other build ups to get the item clean while avoiding any damage to the parts. Thus, it’s important to carefully follow the manufacturer’s specifications when cleaning.

Is Ultrasonic Cleaning Safe?

Ultrasonic cleaning, when performed by an authorized, skilled and experienced technician with the right equipment, is 100% safe for any part, no matter how delicate it may be. It’s important to use the right device for the right job, and that’s where Omegasonics comes into the picture.

For years we’ve helped a range of industries with the best available, eco-friendly and safe cleaning ultrasonic cleaning equipment. If you need help with aerospace ultrasonic cleaning, call us for more information today!