A customer who purchased a 9 litre touch screen control ultrasonic cleaner sent us “before and after” photographs shown below. They show part of a rocker shaft assembly from a 50 year old Triumph TR6 engine during a major rebuild.
The difference between before and after being placed in the ultrasonic bath is significant. The ultrasonic cleaning fluid used is formulated specifically for cleaning and alloy engine components and can safely be used on most engine parts. The running for the ultrasonic tank was around 20 minutes and the fluid was heated to 60 degrees centigrade.
The new ultrasonic cleaner from GT Sonic with degassing and touch screen control for the time and temperature. The “S” series, has a black satin finish in stainless steel.
touch screen ultrasonic cleaner.
If you could ever use the word “sexy” to describe an ultrasonic cleaner, the latest ultrasonic range from GT Sonic would be it. With touch screen control of the time and temperature settings, the “S” series ultrasonic tank has a black satin finish in stainless steel. This latest model has degassing for rapid removal of air from the cleaning fluid. As a result, this gives a thorough and deep clean because the fluid is working as efficiently as possible.
model specification chart
The machines are available in 2, 3, 6 and 9 Litre sizes. All of the ultrasonic cleaners have a digital LED readout with touch screen controls and degassing, along with a stainless steel tank and body. The ultrasonic bath will remove dirt and most physical matter and can be be used for many applications including cleaning electronic and mechanical parts. For the best results always use an appropriate cleaning fluid or solvent suitable for the item being cleaned. The black satin finish is easy to clean and scratch resistant. Click HERE to see one an ultrasonic cleaner being used by one of our customers who was rebuilding a vintage car.
We sell a lot of ultrasonic cleaners to smaller businesses and end users who make up a very large part of our customer base. However, we also sell to some of the larger companies and organisations in the UK. Below is a selection of some Best Ultrasonic Cleaner customers we pleased and proud to have supplied.
One of our customers kindly sent some photographs of his Honda CB350 / 4 carburettors before and after cleaning with an ultrasonic cleaner.
One of our customers kindly emailed some photographs of his Honda CB350/4 carburettor before and after being cleaned in an ultrasonic cleaner. The text below is from his email.
“I Just used my 6 Ltr ultrasonic bath for the first time on some old carbs. The carbs are from a 1972 Honda CB350/4 and they were all quite badly gummed up. I used the carb cleaning solution diluted as instructed (10:1) and heated the water to 65 centigrade. I cleaned them (the bike has 4) one at a time for just 20 minutes each. Please find attached 5 before and 5 after pictures of the dirtiest carburettor. Regards, Peter“. Honda CB350/4 carburettor cleaning.
The model Peter bought was a 6 Ltr ultrasonic cleaner with a simple dial adjustment for the time and temperature control. The carburettor cleaning fluid was included free.
Ultrasonic cleaning of carburettors off a Yamaha FZR600 motorcycle.
Yamaha FZR 600 carburettor cleaning. The set of photos sent to us by a customer after before, during and after cleaning the carbs in an ultrasonic cleaner. The cleaning time was about 20 minutes using our carburettor cleaning fluid.