Can't find what you're looking for in our industry list? No problem, we know ultrasonic cleaning can be used in various fields and it's not always easy finding exactly what you need.
Here you'll find some helpful information which we hope will give you some guidance, but we are always happy to talk to you about your requirements and we are sure we can find a unit to suit you.
Case Studies, White Papers & Articles
Read how global supplier of coding and marking equipment, Linx Prining Technologies have incorporated an Ultrawave ultrasonic cleaning system into their new HQ in Cambridgeshire, UK.
As workplaces begin to reopen following the Covid-19 lockdown, those operating in customer facing roles are tasked with ensuring that their workspace and equipment is clean and disinfected at all times.
Ultrasonic Cleaning is the use of sound waves through water to create microscopic implosions, removing contamination from surfaces, nooks and crannies. The imploding bubbles act like microscopic scrubbing brushes throughout the cleaning tank and remove dirt from all over the item, far more effectively than most other methods.
We're all being told how important it is to wash our hands and wipe surfaces to protect ourselves and others from Covid-19. We all saw the shelves empty of hand sanitiser and disinfectant wipes. It's clear that the message is being heard, but are we really understanding it?
The ultrasonic cleaner uses tiny bubbles to decontaminate surfaces, especially deep into crevices and joints, where wipes and sprays may not reach.
Ultrawave and our sister company Minerva, are partnering with Music and the Deaf to re-start projects in Wales and contribute to their work Nationwide.