Ultrasonic cleaning FAQ, the operation principle of ultrasonic cleaning.

Principle ultrasonic cleaning

ULTRASONIC CLEANING involves the use of high-frequency sound waves (above the upper range of human hearing, or about 18 kHz) to remove a variety of contaminants from parts immersed in aqueous media. The contaminants can be  dirt, oil, grease, buffing/polishing compounds, and mold release agents, just to name a few. Materials that can be cleaned include metals, glass, ceramics, and so on. Ultrasonic agitation can be used with a variety of cleaning agents.........



Principle of sandbalsting

All sandblasters work on roughly the same principles: finely ground silica sand or glass beads are used to clean and abrade a surface, typically metal, of any rust, paint or other unwanted surface materials. This is done by means of an air-powered pressure gun that fires out the sand or glass beads at high velocity to impact with the intended surface. All sandblasters use said pressurized gun, which has a ceramic barrel or interior coating to prevent the sand from eroding it over time. The exact process by which the sand is introduced to the gun differs......



FAQ-ultrasonic cleaning

Ultrasonic cleaning FAQ, the operation principle of ultrasonic cleaning.
What is "cavitation"?
What is "degassing", and why should it be done? Which cleaning solution should I use?
Which cleaning solution shouldn't I use?
When should the ultrasonic cleaning solutions be changed?......



FAQ Sanitary macerator 

What does a macerator do?
How to fit a macerator?
What happens when I put the wrong substance in my macerator?
My macerator is blocked?
My macerator is not working?
Are macerators noisy?
How long do macerators last for?
Does my macerator also take other waste appliances?
Do I require a plumber to fit my macerator?
How do I fix a broken macerator?.......