ultrasonic cleaner


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ultrasonic cleaner

a device that transmits high-energy, high-frequency sound waves into a fluid-filled container, used to remove deposits from instruments and appliances.
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Ultrasonic cleaners for jewelry work hard by agitating the pieces in a cleaner solution of warm or hot detergent water.
When choosing inline, batch or ultrasonic cleaners, I strongly recommend that you carefully evaluate your process with regard to the aforementioned criteria.
Stork Materials Technology markets the Alphasonics ultrasonic cleaner in the United States.
The new ultrasonic cleaner from Endecotts, tel:0208 542 8121, has been designed to clean test sieves and is also suitable for general laboratory use.
The laboratory will include an electronic universal sand strength machine, a digital absolute permmeter, a rapid sand washer, a digital ultrasonic cleaner, a sand rammer, a methylene blue clay tester, an electronic mold hardness tester, a laboratory sifter and a drying oven.
Electronic controls in the newest models make the ultrasonic cleaner extremely easy to set up and operate.
The next step involved immersing the acid-treated wafer in a liquid such as toluene or methylene chloride, then placing the mixture in an ultrasonic cleaner for up to two hours.
Tenders invited for Supply of Digital ultrasonic cleaner
The 615 Litre ultrasonic cleaner included a heavy duty basket to support the parts weighing up to 150Kg.
But just as the wrong screwdriver can ruin a firearm, so too can an ultrasonic cleaner if used improperly.
Sakamoto added that the Ultrasonic Cleaner seems to work best at or near capacity.