Ultrasonic cleaners provide an excellent cleaning alternative to other traditional methods of cleaning, like spray washers. Ultrasonic cleaners can clean anything from delicate medical parts to machine parts, and everything in between.
But there are also other ways that business owners can benefit from using ultrasonic cleaners as opposed to spray washers, in relation to the cost:
1. Save on materials
Spray washers rely on large amounts of chemicals to clean stains and require operators to use protective equipment. These concerns are non-existent with ultrasonic cleaners. Cleaning with high-frequency pressure waves does not require chemical action to loosen stains. While it requires a mild detergent to help loosen the most stubborn stains, it is otherwise inexpensive when compared to the number of chemicals used in spray washers.
2. Save on labor costs
The ultrasonic waves generated by these cleaners do not need to be directly aimed at surfaces to be cleaned. The microscopic bubbles travel in every nook and cranny of the tools and parts being cleaned, assuring thorough cleaning. With ultrasonic cleaning, the parts become cleaner with less effort.
3. Save on maintenance
Spray washers may require lots of energy to operate. It has moving parts as well that require expensive maintenance -- if they cannot be maintained regularly, they would eventually lose their usefulness. Customized ultrasonic cleaners do not require much maintenance -- they don't come with moving parts -- all you have is a transducer and a bath of liquid. With very little maintenance, ultrasonic cleaning systems are guaranteed to last a lifetime.
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