Ultrasonic cleaning can be used for a wide range of workpiece shapes, sizes and materials, and may not require the part to be disassembled prior to cleaning. Objects must not be allowed to rest on the bottom of the device during the cleaning process, because that will prevent cavitation from taking place on the part of the object not in contact with solvent. UltraZonic cleaning technology is fast, gentle and extremely powerful. Microscopic cavitation bubbles and specially formulated eco-friendly solutions seek out every crease and crevice, eliminating stubborn or difficult-to-reach contaminants in the process.
SAFER FOR YOU, YOUR EMPLOYEES AND THE ENVIRONMENT.
UltraZonic technology uses absolutely no harmful chemicals. No fumes. No strong odors. No dangerous or expensive chemical disposal. Reduced risk.
EASY TO USE — NO WASHING BY HAND OR SUPERVISION REQUIRED.
The technology is remarkable, but the process is simple. More efficient and effective than chemical processes, the machines are as simple to use as a dishwasher, with no manual intervention or supervision necessary.
BOTTOM LINE IMPACT.
An investment in UltraZonic cleaners means increased patient safety.
The efficiency of UltraZonic’s ultrasonic cleaning technology means you save money on every use.
A far superior cleaning technology results in cost and labor time savings. Virtually no employee training is required before using UltraZonic machines. Even your toughest-to-clean parts and components come out ready to install. No supervision means you’ll see an increase in production speed and employee efficiency during cleaning. Also, no hand wiping is needed to finish the job.
Rely on UltraZonic microscopic ultrasonic cleaning bubbles and rest assured that contaminants are removed and eliminated from every corner and crevice… quickly, safely and thoroughly. You won’t have to worry about potentially faulty procedures or the possibility of missed build-up in a small groove of an intricate but critical instrument.
SAVING THE ENVIRONMENT.
The UltraZonic non-toxic cleaning process uses biodegradable water-based solutions, all of which meet state and federal EPA guidelines. It’s safer for your employees, with the associated peace of mind and cost savings. Perhaps more importantly, it’s safer for your patients, reducing the need for expensive and inconvenient disposal services.