Cleensonic, a leading provider of ultrasonic cleaning machines, is transforming the industrial cleaning sector with its advanced ultrasonic technology. The company’s machines offer a faster, safer, and more consistent cleaning process, reducing the need for manual labour and harmful chemicals.

Ian Ratcliffe, Managing Director of Cleensonic, said, “Our ultrasonic technology is a game-changer for industries that require rigorous cleaning processes. It not only simplifies the cleaning process but also improves operational efficiency by reducing the time and effort required for manual cleaning.”

Cleensonic’s ultrasonic cleaning machines have been successfully implemented in various industries, including the mining sector, where they have significantly improved the cleaning process of complex components. The technology cleans hard-to-reach internal cavities with ease, minimising the need for disassembly of components.

The ultrasonic cleaning process involves placing the items to be cleaned into a bath of liquid and detergent. The size of the tank and type of detergent required varies depending on what is being cleaned. Once the items are placed in the tank, the machine is turned on and the cleaning process begins. The ultrasonic waves generated by the machine create microscopic bubbles in the liquid, which implode upon contact with the items, dislodging dirt and grime from even the most intricate parts.

This process is not only faster and more efficient than traditional cleaning methods, but it also provides a more consistent clean. “The results don’t depend on the operator’s skill…anywhere the liquid touches is evenly cleaned at a microscopic level,” Ratcliffe explained. “This means that every item cleaned in our machines comes out looking as good as new, regardless of its complexity or the amount of dirt it had on it to begin with.”

Moreover, the ultrasonic cleaning process is safer for workers. Traditional cleaning methods often involve the use of harsh chemicals, which can be harmful if inhaled or if they come into contact with the skin. With ultrasonic cleaning, the need for these chemicals is significantly reduced. “Ultrasonic is safe for workers due to hands-off cleaning and reduced contact with harmful or harsh chemicals and removal of harmful solvent vapours,” Ratcliffe added.

Cleensonic’s commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction has made it a trusted name in the industrial cleaning sector. The company’s ultrasonic cleaning machines are not only improving the cleaning process but are also contributing to safer and more efficient workplaces.