The ultrasonic technology is especially suited for cleaning surfaces of elements with complicated shapes. Ultrasonic energy reaches gaps and cavities difficult to access. The cleaning process involves generation of high-frequency pressure waves which include a phenomenon called cavitation inside the cleaning agent. Millions of tiny bubbles implode on the surface of element being cleaned thus removing particles of contaminants (oils, dusts, polishing pastes, chips, etc.). The cleaning method is much more effective than traditional, manual spraying cleaning methods.

Examples of ultrasonic technology's applications:


  • cleaning of surgical and dental instruments (including endoscopic tools)


  • cleaning of laboratory glass in complicated shapes and with small holes e.g. capillaries, pipettes, coils
  • cleaning of developing dishes of bioanalysers, sieves, filters and ceramic rings
  • degassing of solutions
  • dispergation of solid bodies in liquids
  • intensifying of some chemical reactions


  • cleaning, degreasing and rust removing from the surface of steel details before powder painting and galvanizing
  • interoperational cleaning, removing of chips, greases and polishing pastes
  • cleaning of sub-assemblies of complete, precise mechanism without need to dismantle them
  • cleaning of measuring instruments and tools
  • cleaning of sieves and nozzles from sediments and contaminations
  • cleaning of vulcanization moulds
  • cleaning of automotive sub-assemblies such as heads, carburetors or injection apparatus
  • cleaning of the guns

Optics, Production of glasses

  • cleaning of lenses after grinding and polishing
  • cleaning of lenses before vapour deposition
  • cleaning of rims after polishing
  • cleaning of glasses without need to remove lenses from the rims


  • cleaning of printed circuits after assembly
  • cleaning of junctions (connections)
  • cleaning of modules of mobiles
  • cleaning of motherboards and sub-assemblies
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