What liquid do you use in an ultrasonic cleaner?

When using an ultrasonic cleaner, you typically mix a cleaning solution or solvent with water. The liquid you use depends on what you’re cleaning and the type of contaminants you’re trying to remove. Common solutions include water mixed with detergent, isopropyl alcohol, acetone, or specialized cleaning solutions designed for ultrasonic cleaning applications. To ensure effective and safe cleaning, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations for your specific ultrasonic cleaner.

08S Ultrasonic Cleaner

Volume: 10L – 88L
Material:304 Stainless steel
Heating temperature (℃):80℃
CE&ISO Certified

08S ultrasonic cleaner
18N ultrasonic cleaner

18N Ultrasonic Cleaner

Volume: 10L – 135L
Material:304 Stainless steel
Heating temperature (℃):RT-99℃
CE&ISO Certified

What is an ultrasonic cleaner good for?


Industrial Cleaning

It efficiently removes oil, dust, and metal debris from parts, tools, and mechanical components, enhancing productivity and product quality.


Medical Instrument Cleaning

Hospitals and clinics use it to ensure hygiene and safety by eliminating bacteria, blood, and protein residues from surgical instruments, dental tools, and syringes.


Laboratory Use

Research facilities rely on it to clean test tubes, beakers, and glassware, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of experiments.


Jewelry Maintenance

It restores the shine and brightness of jewelry by removing surface oils and dirt from diamonds, gold, and silver pieces.


Automotive Component Cleaning

 In the automotive industry, it prolongs the lifespan of engine parts, brake pads, and wheel hubs by eliminating oil and carbon deposits.

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