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Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, is a recognized leader in ultrasonic technology, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the WESTEC 2015 in Los Angeles, California September 15 - 17, 2015. Visitors to Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Booth 1354 will be introduced to a number of new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be: MAQ 2014 module out 1The New Blackstone~NEY Ultrasonics Modular Aquarius Cleaning System is an innovation in aqueous parts cleaning, offering a modular plug & play configuration Multi-Tank Cleaning System. The Modular Aquarius is characterized by individual modules that can easily be integrated together to offer maximum flexibility to the end user. Standard wash and rinse stages can be mated to provide exactly the cleaning system required for today’s application. The Modular Aquarius comes standard with three frequencies 40, 72, 104 kHz in each tank, Siemens controller, automated hoist transfer system and much more. Additional modules can be added at any time allowing for future expandability. AgiSonic® Ultrasonic Parts Washer Cleaning System also known as the “WashMaster & Grease Monkey Plus™”, this robust line of ultrasonic cleaning systems designed for heavy duty parts washing with vertical parts agitation, and up to 21 watts per gallon/5.4 watts per liter of 40 kHz ultrasonics. AGISONIC NEW LOGO The AgiSonic parts washer is so versatile; it can be found operating in the harshest industrial environment and even in the most demanding medical clean rooms.   Multi- Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning System is an ultrasonic cleaning system made of all stainless steel construction. The Multi-Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning System is great for cleaning small parts on an intermittent to semi-production basis but is not recommended for high volume cleaning. These tanks are available for use with single or multi-frequency generators. Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics is a recognized leader in ultrasonic generator technology. Starting with the introduction of sweeping frequency in 1988, there has been a continuous stream of development and patents covering new ultrasonic generator and transducer technology from Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics.