Sure, training to run a marathon takes time, but did you know ultrasonic cleaners can help?
They may not be useful as exercise equipment, for resistance training, or even for soaking sore muscles, but ultrasonic cleaners certainly can reduce the time spent cleaning industrial parts—which leaves more time for training.
Traditional methods for cleaning industrial parts require both labor and time.
The greater expenditure of resources required by traditional methods often produces less than satisfactory results. Ultrasonic cleaners can reduce both the time and labor required to clean, giving you more time to train.
While your parts soak in an automated ultrasonic cleaning process, you have time to take that 5- to10-mile training run. If it happens to be a rest day built into your training schedule for muscle recovery and injury prevention, you can stay close while you work on maintenance exercises.
Ultrasonic cleaners reduce cleaning time by about 80 percent compared with hand cleaning using special tools. You may just have to increase your speed to get that run in while the cleaner does its job. Then again, you could just use the extra free time you’ll have at the beginning or end of the day to get in that workout.
When you train for a marathon, experts suggest taking your longest run four weeks before the race, then scaling back to help keep up your endurance and running out of energy. Using ultrasonic cleaners rather than traditional cleaning hand cleaning methods will keep you from being tired before you even start. And they will keep your work on pace until you cross the finish line.
If you really want to put ultrasonic cleaning power to the test during your marathon training, you could use it to clean your carefully selected running shoes and clothes. You might find ultrasonic cleaning beats a washing machine and dryer.