ULTRA SOUND CLEANER
The mechanism of ultrasonic cleaning is an effect created by the action of high frequency waves on a liquid that acts as a cleaning agent.
The process known as "cavitation" consists of the formation and disappearance of millions of small bubbles in the liquid. These bubbles are produced throughout the liquid mass, also reaching very small fissures or fissures. Cavitation is produced by the alternation of compression and depression generated during a half cycle of the sound wave. This gives the formation of high and low pressure points. As the liquid is expanded beyond its tensile strength during depression, these cavities begin to increase their original size.
During the subsequent compression phase, they implode violently. This phenomenon occurs at a speed proportional to the applied ultrasonic frequency. Although the bubbles in cavitation are extremely small and individually release only minute amounts of energy, the accumulating effect of millions of implosions is intense, creating a strong cleaning power that can dislodge stubborn dirt. Ultrasound covers all sectors where a thorough and precise cleaning is required.
Thanks to its great penetrating power, it reaches the most difficult places where other types of cleaning lack effectiveness, thus making it the best possible cleaning choice. Technology advances The application of ultrasound in washing and degreasing at an industrial level was introduced in the 1950s. From that moment to date, this technique has been perfected in such a way that today it is constituted as a fundamental tool where Quick cleanings are required, without the need for additional manual work or damaging the objects to be cleaned