The operating temperature of the bath in the ultrasonic cleaning system plays a crucial role in the ultrasonic cleaning action and also the effectiveness of the detergent used.
The cleaning solution selected must break the bond between the contamination and the component surface making it easier for the ultrasonic waves to detach the contamination off the surface.
Cleaning blind holes require proper positioning of the components such that the cleaning media enters as well as drains properly.
IMECO cleaning machines are used to clean newly manufactured metal and non metal parts
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When designing a cleaning machine, the most important factor is the level of cleanliness required.
Some of our clients want “zero-residue” cleaning where no contamination of any kind is to be seen visually and sometimes even under a microscope.
When the components are cleaned in the ultrasonic cleaning chamber, the contamination from the part is detached, thus dirtying the medium. This has the potential of re-contaminating the parts.
Many parts that are ultrasonically cleaned are of metal, which tend to oxidize after some time resulting in an unsatisfactory finish. Preventing rust is therefore a major concern in parts cleaning.
Convective drying is a simpler process compared to vacuum drying, but it has it’s downsides.
2 chamber MCMP (multi-chamber multi-process) machine recently supplied to an Auto-component manufacturer for their part cleaning requirement.