Marlin Steel's ultrasonic cleaning baskets are custom engineered to meet each customer's needs. Stress testing and virtual prototypes help ensure the integrity and durability of design. A wide variety of custom coatings are available, such as halar, teflon, nylon, electropolish, passivation, plastisol, etc.
Marlin Steel’s ultrasonic cleaning baskets are used for a number of systems:
The ultrasonic cleaning process offers the perfect balance of being aggressive enough to rid your products of contaminants while being gentle enough to preserve their longevity. Ultrasonic cleaning uses a process called cavitation. Transducers generate high-frequency sound waves inside a liquid, like water or another aqueous solution. Those compression waves essentially “tear” the liquid, causing millions of microscopic vacuum bottles. Because of the enormous heat, the bubbles collapse and produce up to 20,000 lbs. per square inch of pressure. They implode as tiny jets and travel at speeds within the liquid up to 250 mph. The resulting agitation is strong enough to pry containments that adhere to substances such as metal, plastic, glass,
Ultrasonics is a widely used method of commercial and industrial parts cleaning because of the cleaning solution it uses. Conventional detergent wash runs the risk of ruining the object, or it might not reach all areas of small, intricate parts. The restriction of chlorofluorocarbons and other chemicals is another reason why ultrasonic cleaning has become a more popular method for parts cleaning.
Not only are these contaminants unsightly, they’re also unhealthy for you and your consumer. If left uncleaned, foreign contaminants can mar the part and inhibit its performance. These baskets are widely used in parts cleaning machines built by lead manufactures such as Dürr Ecoclean, Lewis,