Removing contaminants from engine parts and other machinery components can be labor-intensive, and drag on efficiency that increases throughput time. In this video, we show the dramatic results that ultrasonic cleaning can achieve, given filthy engine parts and just a short amount of time. Note how the impurities rise off the parts in billowing clouds.
Sometimes, increasing efficiency in a manufacturing environment can seem like an inch-by-inch process. A slight improvement here, some overhead shaved off there. But what if you could invest in a single proven technology and achieve shorter throughput time and reduced costs?
Maintenance on equipment and machinery can become a major issue when trying to keep your manufacturing plant running at peak efficiency, especially if equipment is breaking down often. It may be an easy enough fix most of the time, but what if there was a way to nearly eliminate the time maintaining the machines that run your facility?
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In manufacturing, problems sometimes seem to gang up. You may be dealing with a process in your plant that's not delivering the results you need, but on top of that, it's also labor intensive and time-consuming, affecting your ability to move product out in a timely manner. Componex found themselves in just such a difficulty, and found the perfect solution was ultrasonic cleaning.
One of the top advantages of ultrasonic cleaning is its versatility. Virtually any object that can be immersed can be cleaned with ultrasonic cavitation, and narrow recesses are no problem for the microscopic bubbles that act as the cleaning agent.
Ultrasonic technology has made great strides in multiple industries, the cleaning industry being one of the most successful. The process of ultrasonic cavitation is suitable for a plethora of manufacturing cleaning applications, whether it's decontaminating manufactured products or cleaning the machinery that is used to produce them.
Ultrasonic Cleaning has been used in a wide range of applications in both science and industry over the last thirty years. In cases where extreme cleanliness is required, ultrasonics have proven to be more effective than mechanical or chemical means. Cleaning with ultrasonics has the distinct advantage of penetrating complex geometries and removing tightly bonded contaminants from a wide variety of surfaces.
I think we can all agree that an expressed, written warranty is a very valuable component to a capital equipment purchase. We need to know that our funds are being well spent and the equipment we are purchasing will be covered for a period of time to be free of defects in workmanship. A warranty is like health insurance, we hope we never need it but when we do we are glad we have it.