Auto mechanics find new way to save the environment and money
Some mechanics have reported a 50% savings in cleaning time by turning to an ultrasonic parts cleaning machine while taking advantage of an ecologically safe alternative to manual cleaning with toxic chemicals. With today's industrial sized ultrasonic cleaners, the speed of ultrasonic cleaning to remove soils is combined with the capacity to clean multiple parts at once. Let's take a look at some specific examples of how an ultrasonic cleaner can save time and money while providing a non-toxic solution in the automobile, marine and aviation industries.
There are so many uses for an Ultrasonic Cleaner ultrasonic cleaner in an auto shop. Ultrasonic car parts cleaning saves time by eliminating the need for manual scrubbing of auto parts covered with grease, oil, and other lubricants. Besides freeing up time, the hazardous chemicals can be replaced with biodegradable soaps. Specific examples of items that are commonly cleaned by a bench top ultrasonic cleaner include filters, shock absorber parts, power steering parts, pistons, valves, fuel injectors, bearings – just to name a few. Larger industrial-sized units can be used for ultrasonic carburetor cleaning and ultrasonic exhaust manifold cleaning, where cleaning action is needed deep within the network of passages. This large capacity also allows for ultrasonic crankshaft cleaning and ultrasonic cylinder block cleaning as well the means to clean multiple parts at once.
For marine mechanics, an ultrasonic cleaner can clean virtually any part within minutes and also provides an alternative to using toxic cleaning agents. When cleaning marine inboard and outboard motors, a cleaning solution that is both thorough and gentle is necessary because many parts are made out of aluminum. Not only do these parts need to be cleaned, but they need to be cleaned in a way that prevents future corroding. An ultrasonic boat part cleaner is the answer because ultrasonic cleaning is gentle enough to not harm the parts yet powerful enough to remove the soil. As with cars, an ultrasonic carburetor cleaner is employed to clean the carburetors from boat motors as well.
For aircraft mechanics, carbon deposits can present a cleaning challenge. Ultrasonic aircraft parts cleaning not only readily removes carbon deposits, but speeds up the cleaning process considerably and is much safer than working with the toxic chemicals previously used. An industrial-sized ultrasonic aircraft parts cleaner can accommodate large parts or multiple parts, including fuel nozzles, brake parts, turbine blades, and generator components. Parts are thoroughly cleaned and restored to their original condition, which is especially important in aircrafts.
Ultrasonic cleaners can help address many issues that mechanics face today: the need to save time and money and to protect both workers and the environment. By using an ultrasonic cleaner, the process of cleaning engine parts is greatly accelerated and expensive, toxic chemicals are replaced by a cost-effective, environmentally friendly alternative.