What if musical instrument cleaning took less than half the time you used to? What if you didn’t need to use dangerous chemicals anymore to dissolve grime and gunk?
Thanks to ultrasonic cleaning technology, disaster restoration and contents cleaning are now easier and more effective than ever.
With the purchase and setup of an ultrasonic cleaning system for your contents restoration business, it’s possible to eliminate 70% of your contents cleaning that you used to do by hand. Overall, ultrasonic cleaning dramatically increases your process efficiency, gets better contents cleaning results, and lowers costs to the insurance industry.
You’ve got a big job ahead of you: stripping stubborn, old paint away from machined parts. Hours of work, scrubbing away with a wire brush, your head spinning with the odor of solvents that always seem to creep inside your mask no matter how good the mask is. If you’re not doing it personally, then you’re talking about one of your employees doing it, meaning lost time to labor and money down the drain. But that isn’t the case if you use an ultrasonic cleaner to do the job.
Consider the incredible speeds, temperatures, and pressures that aerospace industry parts routinely endure. Even the best engineered parts must be kept scrupulously clean when in operation. Even the slightest error could cost precious lives and millions of dollars in damage. Traditionally, aerospace parts, whether they were from jet airplanes or rockets, have been precision cleaned in specialized cleaning facilities offsite, creating additional exorbitant overhead costs in labor, time and money.
Once a year, it’s time to pull your snowmobile out of storage. Like it or not, it’s been sitting under a tarp in your garage or storage shed. Old gasoline and oil have gunked up the fuel lines and coated the carburetor for months. Before you take your snowmobile out on the trails, you need to make sure it’s safe to run. Checkup and maintenance are called for.