Ultrasonic cleaning Advantages
Ultrasonic cleaning systems achieve extremely high standards of cleanliness in fraction of the time required to achieve the same results with other conventional methodes, such as hand cleaning, spray washing or similar mechanical means. It efficently removes contaminans including polishing and lapping compounds, grinding abrasives, cutting oils and sward or fluxes and general enviromental contaminans. Although cavitation produces by ultrasonic waves is through, it will not damage delicate or intricate mechanism. The process required a minimum of supervisory labour and this may be unskilled. Multi-stage ultrasonic cleaning systems are designed for use with solvents or aqueos solutions and may be readily incorporated into mass production lines including automatic handling factilities.
Some aplications:
• cleaning of surgery and microsurgery instruments
• cleaning lab glassweres, pipettes
• liquid degassing
• preparing emulsion

Electrical Precautions
Since the ultrasonic cleaner uses powerful transducers to convert electrical energy in sound, the machine requires a grounded outlet for its power source. Therefore, users should not remove the grounding prong from the plug. Also, the machine should not be plugged into an outlet or circuit that has multiple high powered machines already plugged into it, such as a sterilizer, autoclave or air compressor, as the additional power requirements may overload the circuit.

Equipment Safety
Other precautions can keep the equipment operating at peak efficiency. One of those measures is that items should not be placed directly on the bottom of the tank, as the vibrations can damage the tank bottom and transducers and void the manufacturer's warranty. Items designated for cleaning should be placed in a wire basket or tray to suspend them above the tank surface. Manufacturers also recommend that operators not turn on the machine with the tank less than 2/3 full, as a low liquid level can damage the generator and heaters within the machine.

Cleaning Fluid Selection
Most ultrasonic cleaners work at their best when users add a water-based, biodegradable detergent solution to the tank. Users must take special precautions when using hydrocarbon-based solvents in an ultrasonic cleaner, as the fumes from these chemicals may cause lung damage and other breathing problems. Ultrasonic cleaning tanks should never be filled with flammable solvents such as gasoline, alcohol, or other combustibles, unless the unit is designed and manufactured to be explosion proof.

Auto Shut-Off Safety Feature
Some ultrasonic cleaner models include an automatic cutoff feature that shuts down the machine after 12 hours of continuous operation. Although the units have timers, most models can be set to operate continuously with manual shut down. In such cases, the user has to shut of the machine before leaving for the night or the weekend. Not shutting off is likely to burn out or damage the parts left inside the tank.
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