Ultrasonic cleaning is an incredible innovation in the world of industrial cleaning. This technology allows for a more thorough cleaning of workpieces at a much faster rate than other methods of cleaning and deburring. Here’s how:
Ultrasonic cleansers use ultrasound waves to agitate a fluid. This fluid can be water or a cleaning solvent, depending on the workpiece being processed. The agitation creates microscopic air bubbles within the fluid, which then implode and help to remove microscopic contaminants from surfaces.
Ultrasonic cleaners provide many benefits, just one being their precision in decontaminating and degreasing parts. Ultrasonic cleaners have an average cleaning time between five and twenty minutes. They can also be used in a variety of industries and applications including:
Dental and surgical tools
Industrial machine parts
Mikro carries a variety of ultrasonic cleaning equipment products to suit your facility’s needs and demands. Currently, we represent Lewis Ultrasonics and Crest Ultrasonics. These ultrasonic cleaning manufacturers produce some of the best results in the industry, with unequivocal customer satisfaction. We take that one step further by providing custom process testing at your facility to ensure that your ultrasonic cleaning equipment is properly utilized for maximum performance.
In addition to our product catalog, Mikro offers ultrasonic cleaning services at our renowned Job Shop. The Mikro Job Shop, based in Vernon, Connecticut, provides a variety of cleaning, degreasing, and vibratory finishing services to customers across the Northeast, Some of our offers include:
- Vibratory deburring
- Hand deburring
- Edge breaking
- Steel ball burnishing
- Pre-plate finishing
- Sand blasting
- Dry processing
- Parts washing
- Centrifugal finishing
If you are interested in learning more about our ultrasonic cleaning equipment or services, you can click on the links below or contact Mikro today.
|Lewis Cleaning Systems||tanks, consoles, Nearfield strip cleaners, custom automated systems, immersible transducers|
|Crest Ultrasonics||tanks, consoles, systems|