What cleaning solution should I use? The answer to this question mainly depends on two things: which part will be cleaned and what is the main damage? Simply put, if you want to clean diamonds and engagement rings, you need to use a different cleaner than if you want to remove grease from accessories. In fact, there are many different options depending on the parts to be cleaned and the main contaminants. Not all of these include expensive industrial ultrasonic cleaning solutions. For example, the removal of calcium deposits (water spots, scaling) from chrome-plated metals, stainless steel, or other corrosion-resistant materials can be accomplished using weak acids such as dilute distilled white wine or citric acid in combination with ultrasonic power. But since weak acid can damage some parts, it’s best to test it first with a small piece of paper or ask the part manufacturer if the weak acid is safe to use. สล็อตเว็บตรง
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For very shiny injuries, such as dirt that accumulates on goggles,
Jewelry, and SCUBA equipment, washing with dishwashing liquid will often do the trick. Because dishwashers are often white, they can be damaged and damage the surface especially because cavitation makes the damage worse. Another possible damage to the stainless steel tank of the ultrasonic cleaner. Due to the possibility of damage to the metal plate, it is not recommended to wash the equipment in an ultrasonic bath. For fine dirt, such as the nasty mix of grease, algae, fish scales, etc. on the back or on dried paint and paint airbrushes, a strong solution of household cleaners can be a very good cleaner. Remember that strong solutions (dilutions less than 1:10) of many household cleaners can polish some metals, so care must be taken. For each of these cleaning operations, facilities can be purchased with special Rengøringsfirma solutions that are more suitable for solubility, concentration, reactivity and temperature and material, as well as washing and polishing ability. In addition, specialized cleaning solutions on the market may be the best solution for industrial cleaning processes that require greater cleaning power.
Do not use flammable substances such as benzene,
Ether and alcohol in ultrasonic cleaners because cavitation releases a large amount of energy and high temperature at the microscopic location of the bubbles. It can cause an explosion in hot water. Strong acid, bleaching and bleaching agents in detergents like many dishwashers; can damage not only the stainless steel of the ultrasonic cleaner, but also affect the surface of the cleaned parts. If the parts are known to resist the treatment, however, bleach or acid may be used on parts immersed in a glass containing acid or bleach. The cup is placed in an ultrasonic tank filled with water. Cavitation will occur outside and inside the cup, but the harmful chemicals will not be in direct contact with the tank of the ultrasonic cleaning equipment.
When should I change the cleaning solution?
If different cleaning methods require different cleaning agents, the tank should be emptied, cleaned and filled with the appropriate solution. This does not mean that unused solutions are discarded. It can be stored and used repeatedly until it gets dirty. If the cleaning power has decreased significantly, it may be due to the consumption of detergent, but there are other reasons why this may happen. One of the most common things is the wrong cleaning solution. For example, weak acids work great on calcium deposits, but they won’t clean grease properly. Another cause of poor cleaning results can be found in new cleaning solutions that have not been properly stored. Gases are dispersed in solutions that prevent cavitation. Since cavitation will remove the solution in time, placing the items to be cleaned in the ultrasonic bath for 15 minutes before running the machine will solve this problem.
Cleaning solutions also require the correct temperature for effective cleaning.
Cavitation is best between 50 and 65oC. Most ultrasonic cleaners have a temperature that can be turned on before cleaning to preheat the solution. Pushing the solution is possible by operating the unit, as the ultrasonic energy produces heat. However, this method will increase the operating time and shorten the life of the unit. Finally, it may be that the dirt is so stubborn that it is necessary to increase the cleaning time. While cleaning metal can only take a few minutes, it can take 20-30 minutes to clean a yeast fish pan.