Ultrasonic cleaning has been around for a couple of years and there have been a handful of researches that focuses on the science of this cleaning process. As a professional in this industry, one has to remember there are four key variables in cleaning: chemistry (of the cleaning liquid), temperature, time, and mechanical energy. These variables are not only true for ultrasonic cleaning; these are also important for other types of wet chemical cleaning.
Although, one of the reasons for the popularity of ultrasonic cleaning is its ease-of-use, there are certain methods you can apply to your next cleaning process to improve the result.
We will focus on one of the key variables to improve the overall quality of the cleaning process. When using an ultrasonic cleaner, the main mechanical process your object is subjected to are the cavitating bubbles. Even though this process generally addresses the [...read more]