Rigorous procedures are spelled out in maintenance manuals for aircraft engine parts, whether jet, turbine or piston. Ultrasonic energy plays an important role both for cleaning and nondestructive testing (NDT) operations by aviation maintenance technicians (AMT), aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) organizations and airlines’ own maintenance facilities. Here are examples of how ultrasonic cleaning speeds aircraft engine maintenance.Read more
Cannabis processors using glass components for short path distillation must deal with accumulated baked-on, polymerized and other contaminants that are extremely difficult and time consuming to remove. These glass components represent substantial investments and, unfortunately, can be easily broken unless handled carefully. This post explains why ultrasonic cleaners are often the answer to quickly clean glass components used in cannabis processing.Read more
Mobile devices costs have increased substantially but justified due to increased performance capabilities. Likewise PCBs (printed circuit boards) that form the heart of these and thousands of other devices have grown more complex. Dirt introduced during mobile device use or PCB fabrication can be removed. Here you’ll learn how ultrasonic cleaning is used to clean and restore mobile devices and PCBs during use or manufacture.Read more
Cleaning dies used to produce injection molded parts can be tedious, time consuming and costly. Ultrasonic cleaners provide a way to clean costly injection molding dies and their parts in a timely and cost-effective fashion that doesn’t cause wear or require harsh chemicals. In this article we detail how ultrasonic cleaning can address your challenges and provide a solution to your cleaning needs.Read more
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