cleaning, ultrasonic

cleaning, ultrasonic

(klēn′ĭng)
The use of high-frequency vibrations to clean instruments.
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With ultrasonic cleaning, ultrasonic power is the energy changing electric power to sound waves.
One of the main pieces of equipment currently used for industrial cleaning, ultrasonic cleaning baths, can only clean objects small enough to fit in them and the devices to be cleaned sit in a soup of contaminated liquid.
The easiest fluids to handle are those with which multi-stage or combined cleaning processes, such as immersion cleaning, ultrasonic treatment and injection flood washing, can be performed.