Ultrasonic cleaning penetrates even microscopic openings to provide complete cleaning of the objects treated. This makes it one of the most effective, economical and powerful cleaning methods available. It has applications in laboratories, dental and medical technology, microelectronics, precision engineering, cosmetics, optics and the automotive industry.
The baths have a heavy duty ultrasonic generator which ensures that the ultrasonic output remains constant, regardless of the bath temperature, fill level and cleaning material. This feature guarantees consistent and reproducible cleaning results. 'Frequency sweeping', a frequency modulation of the ultrasonic output generated, prevents 'standing waves' from being generated and ensures extremely homogeneous energy distribution in the cleaning bath.
All models have a timer. The analogue version is equipped with a mechanical timer up to maximum of 15 minutes. The digital version has a digital time setting of 1 to 99 minutes. An analogue and digital series with integrated, adjustable heating up to 80 °C completes the range (except model USC100TH; heating 65 °C, not adjustable). On the digital models, the bath temperature is displayed with an accuracy of ±2 °C. They also have an adjustable ultrasonic function from 10 to 100% of the effective output. In this way, the energy can be adjusted precisely to the objects to be cleaned.
- Housing and cleaning baths made from rust-proof stainless steel
- Digital models have a heater with integrated protection to prevent unit running dry
- High performance PTZ ultrasonic converter with ceramic technology
- Digital models with degassing function to homogenise the bath contents
- Baths with 9,2 litre capacity and upwards are fitted with a drain cock
All models are compliant with the European standards for EMC and electrical safety.
Stainless steel and rust-proof. Beakers and test tubes to be cleaned should never lie directly on the bottom of the tank as they will not benefit fully from the cleaning action. Immersion baskets position articles being cleaned correctly in the bath and prevent the bottom of the tank from becoming scratched. Beakers for cleaning smaller parts, or for working with aggressive solutions, can be fitted in positioning covers.