Ultrasonic cleaning









Ultra sonic cleaning is the process of complete removal of a wide variety of contaminants

from object including carburettors by high frequency sound waves. These non-audible sound

waves create a scrubbing brush action to effectively remove scale from carburettors.

Contaminant removal includes stale fuel residue, unleaded petrol deposits sediments,

grease and many other substances.








The ultra sonic energy is harnessed to create a powerful cleaning process against the surface

of the item in question, which gently lifts contamination off the suface and innermost

recesses of parts with highly intricate mouldings.








Most hard, non -absorbent materials (metals, plastics, etc) not chemically attacked

by the cleaning fluid are suitable for ultra sonic cleaning. Ideal materials for ultra

sonic cleaning include small electrical parts, cable, rods wires and detailed items,

as well as objects made of glass, plastic, and aluminium.