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Category Archives: Definitions
A few days ago, one of our customers asked one of our sales people what would seem like a very simple question. The question, in paraphrase, was – - ”Do you know the relationship between ultrasonic frequency and the ability of … Continue reading
As a leading ultrasonic manufacturer, we are often asked to manufacture large, industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems producing a particular ultrasonic power density based on laboratory trials. In fact, it may not be appropriate to base the watts per gallon requirement for a … Continue reading
Solvents are a bit difficult to understand for a number of reasons. Even for someone who has worked with solvents as much as I have, the permutations of solvents, their combinations and their capabilities are bewildering. But, let’s start with the … Continue reading
It doesn’t matter if you call it soap, solvent, surface preparation, or whatever, chemistry is an important part of nearly every cleaning process. The first purpose of the chemistry in a cleaning application is to either dissolve the contaminant or, … Continue reading
Liquid motion within and around a submerged part is one of many ways of enhancing both cleaning and rising processes. In an earlier blog, The BIG Four agitation was described as one of the “big four” variables having a major impact … Continue reading
Preceeding blogs have discussed de-ionized or ”DI” water, its benefits and its uses at some length. Today’s blog will discuss “Reverse Osmosis” water otherwise known as “RO” water. RO water is like a second cousin of de-ionized water. In the de-ionization process, … Continue reading