The Many Types Of Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems

If exceptional cleaning is essential to your business or organization’s operations or functioning, you may be familiar with industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems. This technologically advanced cleaning process is characterized by its use of ultrasound to create high-frequency agitation of liquids for precision cleaning and sanitation. Ultrasound waves create an effect called cavitation, creating fine bubbles that move with force on the substrate to be cleaned. These bubbles are able to penetrate recesses, cracks and defects in materials for thorough removal of debris and contaminants.

This type of cleaning system works effectively with metals, plastics, ceramics and glass, as well as other materials. The ultrasound energy delivered at a frequency of 20-40 kHz is able to cleave and lift even the finest or most embedded debris from a variety of objects of varying size, making it an excellent choice for fine cleaning in a variety of industries.

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Your choice of ultrasonic cleanser will determine the quality and efficacy of your cleaning. If you are operating a healthcare facility, manufacturing or electronics business or automotive or aerospace facility, choosing the right type of industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems will certainly impact your business’ efficiency and profit. A key decision in sourcing your optimal ultrasound cleaning system is the type of medium you choose. Here are three key types you need to be aware of:

  • Solvents
    Caustic or solvent-based cleaning media are often used in industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems due to their added ability to penetrate hydrophobic compounds and dissolve even the heaviest soiling. Solvents may be used singly or in combination to dissolve soil on the object to be cleaned as well as using the power of ultrasound to lift and remove dirt. Media such as hydrocarbon solvents, ketones and alcohol carry a number of risks and safety concerns, in particular flammability which makes handling hazardous.
  • Enzymes
    Enzymatic cleaning is also an adjunct to many ultrasound-based cleaning systems. Enzymes in solutions act to break down soil and loosen hardened dirt. These cleaning preparations can be used in your ultrasound cleaner or even as a pre-soak to weaken the adherence of dirt prior to cleaning.
  • Water
    Due to the potency of the ultrasound generated cavitation bubbles, water or aqueous solutions are more than adequate to achieve an effective clean. With detergent added, water has exceptional wetting and surfactant activity to maximize cavitation for optimal cleansing and can be readily adjusted or warmed according to your requirement. Aqueous cleaning solutions are more likely to environmentally friendly and readily disposed compared to the other cleaning solutions. Water-based industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems are an excellent choice for high-quality cleaning where objects are not heavily soiled or greased.

Finding the right cleaning solution is essential in industries where attention to detail and quality are imperative. An industrial ultrasonic cleaning solution is a prudent investment, especially where the cost of replacement or repaired parts can be high.

Invenpro is a leading manufacturer of customized ultrasonic cleaning equipment designed to deliver high quality and cost-effective cleaning consistently. We can direct you to the optimum cleaning systems for your needs. To find out more about the custom-made industrial ultrasonic cleaning systems by Invenpro, contact the team today.

A great differential pressure application for a risk-free food business in Malaysia

Let’s start with – what is a differential pressure gauge? It is a device (similar to a digital watch, and look similar to a monitoring apparatus) that helps measure the difference between two pressure points within a process.

A good quality gauge must possess these qualities: absolute accuracy, resistant to vibrations, and it should be able to withstand the extreme temperatures generated by the food production process and tools.

There are various types of differential pressure gauges used for different kinds of pressure monitoring across industries. Some of the most common types of control include filter monitoring, flow monitoring, and liquid level monitoring.There are various types of differential pressure gauges used for different kinds of pressure monitoring across industries.

Importance of a great differential pressure application

All good differential pressure applications help your back-end engineering team to monitor pressure levels and avoid any risk that may arise due to a faulty device or human negligence. It’s important to note that the use of pressure science is an essential part of safe food production and can go a long way in making your food and beverage business a successful.

What happens when a pressure gauge fails?

Pressure from liquids, vapors, gasses, and solids used in tools and food processing machinery can be dangerous. One minor error can lead to loss of life and property, not to mention a huge loss of business. Protecting and inspecting pressure instruments on a regular basis will help prevent failure and keep business operations running smoothly.

Always invest in quality equipment for your food and beverage business, be it a restaurant, a supermarket or an industrial catering factory. As the business owner,  you may be aware that food hygiene and standard processes must not be compromised. You need to follow strict international guidelines and regulations to keep ahead in business.

Organizing Your Stuff: Easy Craft Ideas For Your Beauty Products

Even with the addition of small details in your house, you can create a more pleasant living space. If you like makeup and investing in beauty products, you might have to organize and create additional space in your bathroom. Here are some clever ways to make room for your beauty items.

 

  • Box organizers

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You can use different sizes of cardboard boxes to organize cabinets and drawers, or you can stack boxes on a shelf. For instance, the box that came with your smartphone when you purchased it is perfect for dividing the space in drawers to properly store small items such as lipsticks, bobby pins, or hair ties. Simply cover it with a nice wrapping paper, and put it inside your drawer. If you want some texture (especially if the box organizer will be displayed), you can use a corrugated box and paint it with different patterns and designs.

 

  • Hanging organizers

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Attach two hooks behind cabinet doors and hang a recycled tote bag (eco-bag) on them. This organizer can hold items like belts or your hair dryer and other products. If you want to use it for smaller items, simply draw a cross on one side of the bag (both lines should stop at the edges of the bag), and then draw a square around the cross. After which, sew both sides of the tote bag together following the lines you have drawn. Carefully cut one side of the bag along the middle and top horizontal lines, but make sure not to cut through the fabric. These cuts will create “pockets” for organizing your items.

 

  • Makeup brushes

 

Following the procedure for the hanging organizers, instead of hanging the tote bag, you can create a roll-up organizer for your makeup brushes. You can change the pattern of the lines to match the sizes of the different items that you will keep in this organizer. For example, draw only horizontal lines instead of a cross and then cut along one of the shorter sides of the rectangle that you have created. You can sew in additional lines to make more compartments. Attach Velcro on both sides of the bag, put your brushes in it, and roll up the bag. The rolled-up eco bag can easily fit in small spaces inside your drawer or cabinet, and it makes it easier for you to find the brush you need when you need it.

 

With these easy craft ideas, you can even encourage your family members to take part in implementing some organization system in your home.