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Omegasonics adds hinged lid for ultrasonic cleaner
Omegasonics has added a hinged-lid as standard to its compact 1900BT cleaning unit.
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High-efficiency mist collectors eliminate workplace hazards
At a time when state and federal regulators may be moving toward tighter workplace safety requirements, ITA says it is assuring its customers that Coral Noil Mist Collectors far exceed minimum health and safety standards.
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Guyson offers semiautomatic rotary wet blast system
Guyson Corp. has introduced a rotary table wet blast system with manual and semi-automatic modes of operation.
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Omegasonics offers its largest standard ultrasonic cleaner
Omegasonics has introduced the OMG4430, its largest standard unit with a bath size of 40"x30"x30".
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ULTRAFILTRATION SYSTEM
PRAB Inc. has enhanced its line of ultrafiltration systems that separate emulsified oils and suspended solids from wastewater and coolant. The systems use hollow-fiber, tubular or spiral-wound membranes to achieve micron-level filtration.
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Sound Advice: How To Implement Precision Ultrasonic Cleaning For Medical Parts And Implants
Author: Cheryl Larkin, Miraclean
Published: September 2013

When cleaning parts, there is general cleaning and then there is precision cleaning. Both types are important in medical device manufacturing, but precision cleaningórepeatable removal of contaminants to a specified, usually validated standardóhas become more prevalent in part because of increasingly stringent Food and Drug Administration oversight of the manufacturing process, resulting in stricter process QC.
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Clean Sounds
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: May 2013

For manufacturers looking to effectively clean their parts, industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems are a sound option.
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Auto Clean
Author: Doris Schulz
Published: June 2011

Equipment and media options for cleaning automotive parts.
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Clean, Green And Lean
Author: Alan Richter
Published: May 2009

Shops can be both lean and green by using work cell-based approach to parts washing and environmentally friendly cleaning compounds and technologies.
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Cleaning You Can Count On
Author: Stephen D. Temple, Ransohoff
Published: April 2007

Ultrafiltration systems enhance parts cleaning efficiency.
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Ultrasonic Clean
Blue Wave Ultrasonics Sales Director Jeff Hancock demonstrates the ultrasonic cleaning process and explains the relationship between ultrasonic pressure waves and microscopic cavitation bubbles working in an aqueous solution. Blue Wave, which is located in Davenport, Iowa, provided the video as a video supplement to "Clean Sounds," a feature article published in the May 2013 issue of Cutting Tool Engineering magazine.
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Recycling Coolant
A promotional report prepared by Universal Separators Inc., based in Verona, Wis., provides an in-depth look at the company's SmartSkim coolant recycling system. The company offers a line of SmartSkim products and services to handle skimming and capturing floating oils and other contaminants from industrial process fluids.
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