Ultrasonic Cleaner Design for Isopropanol

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A different approach to ultrasonic cleaner design makes it much safer and simpler to use isopropanol as a cleaning solvent when water-based and other ultrasonic cleaning solutions yield unsatisfactory results.  While precautions must be taken to handle fumes and isolate sources of ignition in the ultrasonic cleaning area, Electrowave explosion-proof ultrasonic cleaners available from Tovatech […] Read More



October 28th, 2013

Explosion Proof Ultrasonic Cleaners to 90 Gallons Capacity

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The absence of cleaning residues is a key reason for using volatile solvents such as alcohols, acetone and hydrocarbons in an ultrasonic cleaner.  Solvent ultrasonic cleaners must be specially designed to isolate solvents and fumes from sparks, a requirement that until recently has placed a high price premium on explosion proof ultrasonic cleaners. A line of […] Read More



October 22nd, 2013