Ultrasonic Cleaning for the First Time
Principle of Ultrasonic Cleaner
This section explains the principle and mechanism of ultrasonic cleaning and why ultrasonic cleaners remove dirt. Please compare the features and differences in cleaning power depending on the frequency, and use this information to help you select the appropriate ultrasonic cleaner.
How to choose Ultrasonic Cleaner
Key points on frequency and type. Please use this information to help you select the appropriate ultrasonic cleaner.
How to choose Cleaning Solution
Cleaning solutions are indispensable for ultrasonic cleaning.
The cleaning solution is selected according to the type of contamination and the material of the workpiece. Contaminants include oil, flux, abrasives, mold release agents, and particulates. Materials to be cleaned include metals (iron, aluminum, stainless steel, etc.), resins, and inorganic materials (glass, semiconductors, sintered materials, etc.).
How to use Ultrasonic Cleaner
When using an ultrasonic cleaner, please note the following There is a possibility that the ultrasonic cleaner or the workpiece to be cleaned may be damaged.