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Ultrasonic in-line cleaning systems for wire and rod; and Ultrasonic cleaning chemistry (Parts 1 & 2)

Ultrasonic in-line cleaning systems for wire and rod; and Ultrasonic cleaning chemistry (Parts 1 & 2)

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Ultrasonic cleaning uses electrical energy, converted to produce cavitation, the formation and collapse of vacuum bubbles in a liquid. This agitation, by countless small, intensely collapsing bubbles ...
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Number of pages:5
Year published:1994
Weight:0.2500
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By John A. Line, Branson Ultrasonics Corp.; and Ronald E. Higgins, Apex Alkali Products Co., USA
1994
 
Ultrasonic cleaning uses electrical energy, converted to produce cavitation, the formation and collapse of vacuum bubbles in a liquid. This agitation, by countless small, intensely collapsing bubbles, creates a highly effective scrubbing of both exposed and wetted hidden surfaces. When the system design and cleaner chemistries are appropriately matched, more consistent, effective soil removal is obtained with reduced contact time.
  
 
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