What Tools Do You Need to Clean with Ultrasonics?

In order to clean with sound, you need three items:

A Morantz Ultrasonic Cleaning Tank


Our cleaning tanks are made from extremely durable, heavy-duty, non-magnetic stainless steel.  This stainless steel construction assists in the cleaning process by reflecting sound waves back into the tank and onto the items being cleaned. As a result, the sound waves approach the items from every direction and ensures that the item will receive a thorough cleaning. Our tanks are manufactured in many popular sizes with a wide variety of features for ease of use, operator safety and optimal cleaning results.

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Ultrasonic Transducers


The sound waves used in Morantz Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems come from a series of electro-mechanical transducers. These transducers are contained in immersible packs that are placed inside the ultrasonic tank. The vibrations created by these transducers cause cavitation which is what does the actual cleaning. In order to clean effectively, the vibrations that these transducers produce must be precisely tuned to the proper frequency. In order to do that, you will need…

A Morantz Prowave™ Generator

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Morantz Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems are powered by our exclusive, state-of-the-art Prowave Generators. These generators provide both power to the transducers and precise control over the sound waves. Prowave Generators are critical because they are the only generators that can evenly distribute sound waves throughout the tank in order to get the most effective cleaning throughout the tank.  This type of control allows you to utilize all of your tank space: every corner and every depth will produce the same even cleaning results.  The following image shows the difference between the sound waves generated by Morantz Prowave Generators and those produced by analog generators. As you can see, the sound waves produced by our Prowave Generators are evenly distributed and uniform. Compare that to the sound waves from analog generators where the waves are chaotic.

Prowave Generator Wave Forms

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One of the amazing things about Ultrasonic Cleaning is the incredible range of items that can be cleaned using Ultrasonics. Click here to learn more about the many Applications for Ultrasonics. Or, for specific applications, click on one of the links below.

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