Thank you for visiting the Best Ultrasonic Cleaner blog. The information here adds more than technical specifications or prices that can be found on our main website. Ultrasonic cleaning has many applications and over time I’ll add case studies showing how our machines are being used in different ways. On the right-hand side of each page there’s a search box making it easy to find what you’re looking for.
On each page, in the top left hand side of this blog, there’s an orange coloured icon depicting a speaker. Click on the symbol and the page content will be read out loud in English. This is to help visually impaired visitors and for those who sometimes find it easier to have text read to them.
A little about me.
With a background rooted in engineering and having worked in several different industries over the years, I love finding technical solutions to problems. Therefore if you are unsure if an ultrasonic bath will help in whatever line of work or industry you’re involved in, please phone me. If you need advice on which particular cleaning fluid to buy I’m always more than happy to have a chat (01706 950112).
At 50 something years old, I’m a little “old school”. In this fast moving eCommerce World of automated emails, “copy and paste” replies, Facebook and Twitter that we live in, I believe a real conversation for five minutes can be worth ten emails and so gets things done a lot quicker. I’m honest and straight forward and if I think that an ultrasonic cleaners, (or any other item we supply) won’t help you, I’ll say so You’ll get fair and unbiased advise.
About my company.
Best Ultrasonic Cleaners Ltd are based in West Yorkshire, UK. As a VAT registered business we offer a comprehensive range of ultrasonic cleaners for home and commercial use. Visit our online store to find the following categories:
- Home use ultrasonic cleaners.
- Professional ultrasonic cleaners for commercial applications.
- Extra large industrial machines – where size matters.
- Ultrasonic carburettor cleaners.
- Dental ultrasonic cleaners.
- Ultrasonic jewellery cleaners.
- Ultrasonic cleaning fluids and solutions.
Ultrasonic Cleaners and baths come in many sizes and price levels, ranging from £30 up to £3000. Whatever the size of tank, they all work exactly the same by generating ultrasonic waves that create microscopic bubbles to blast away dirt and grime.
Service and support.
All machines have a 30 day money back guarantee and a 12 month warranty. As a result, if you do have a problem after parting with your money, it will for certain be sorted out. You can be assured of a prompt and professional service at all times. In the unlikely event of a breakdown, we carry spare parts. We sell to customers large and small. To see some of our larger, corporate customers click HERE.
I personally travel to China to source our products and have visited most of the manufacturers of the ultrasonic machines we sell. I feel it is important to check on quality and ensure the products meet UK and European standards.
The internet can be quite impersonal, with faceless sellers sending automated emails. If you have a question about any of the ultrasonic cleaners, or want to place your order over the phone, please do not hesitate to call.
Finally, when not talking about ultrasonic equipment I take photographs, make wine and ride a motorbike, but not in that particular order. Now, I’ll talk about those subjects any day of the week.
3 thoughts on “Best Ultrasonic Cleaner blog”
Hi, I rebuild old motorbikes and want to reuse as many nuts and bolts as possible, the bikes I restore and ride are 30-40 years old genserally and Japanese origin, can you recommend a cleaner to remove rust and grime and will I get back to the original finish, within reason! I’d also like the ability to clean a carb, this is a hobby so won’t be working hard.
It depends how badly corroded your nuts and bolts are. Ultrasonic cleaning is not an aggressive process and not a replacement for elbow grease. In other words, if you need to use a wire brush to remove the rust, then an ultrasonic cleaner generally won’t help. If your bits and pieces are lightly corroded, but mainly covered in oil and grease the results should be great, but getting a 30 year old bolt to its original finish is a going to be a challenge.
Ultrasonic cleaners are fantastic for getting into the “nooks and crannies” of carburettors that you can’t clean by hand. The combination of the machine and correct fluid will bring fantastic results.
As for the size of machine, you need to measure the dimensions of the biggest thing you might want to put inside the machine and then find a machine to suit those dimensions. The models should be the ones to look at for single carbs. 3 Ltr and 6 Ltr
Hi I have a large vinyl record collection and I have been reading up on ultrasonic cleaners as the best way to clean. Which one of your models would you recommend? Also would you use any of the solutions or just distilled water which i have read may be the best bet.