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Clean and degrease gently and effectively with ultrasonic cleaners and reach even the most inaccessible places. Available in a wide selection of sizes, our range of ultrasonic cleaners can accommodate a broad range of parts
In our range, you can choose between two series of units: the universal Elmasonic S unit for a wide variety of industries and applications or the powerful Elmasonic xtra TT for heavy-duty applications. The tank and housing of DENIOS ultrasound cleaners are made of stainless steel and are therefore rustproof. With the electronic timer in the ultrasonic cleaner, both continuous operation and operation at intervals of 1 to 30 minutes are possible. In addition, you will find various cleaning agents for ultrasonic cleaners and other accessories. The technology of DENIOS ultrasonic baths is future-oriented and is continuously improved - because quality has top priority.
How does an ultrasonic cleaner work?
Ultrasound cleaners clean small parts by causing the water or cleaning liquid to vibrate with sound waves. At the same time, small bubbles are created by constant overpressure and underpressure, which finally burst. This releases energy and temperatures of up to 5,500 °C can be reached. Even though all processes take place on a micro scale, the cleaning power for the dirt particles is equivalent to that of a dynamite explosion. In addition, the pressure waves generate a powerful jet of water called a microjet, which finally removes further deposits. Vibration frequencies above 18 kHz are called ultrasound. The frequencies of most ultrasonic baths are between 20 kHz and 400 kHz.
What is the advantage of an ultrasonic cleaner?
The advantages of an ultrasonic cleaning device compared to manual parts cleaners and washstands are obvious: The bubbles and microjets reach interstices and angles that cannot be reached with brushes or cleaning cloths. Manual cleaning is completely replaced by cleaning in the ultrasonic cleaner. The size of the bubbles and the associated cleaning power can be controlled by the frequency of the ultrasonic cleaner. The higher the frequency, the smaller the bubbles produced. The frequency can be adjusted so that residues and soiling are reliably removed and the material is not damaged.