Elma Ultrasonic Cleaners
Traditionally, ultrasonic cleaning uses high-frequency, high-intensity sound waves to generate microscopic cavitation bubbles in deionised, distilled, or purified water to dislodge contaminants from the surface of parts.
Recently, the liquids used have changed into a more chemical-based solution. This demand for increased cleanliness in parts has been driven by increasingly sophisticated technology.
Ultrasonic cleaning is a technology unique in its ability to remove contaminants that other technologies cannot remove and, in its ability, to effectively clean areas that are not accessible using other technologies.
Elma started life in 1948 as a precision machine factory. Their founder, the watchmaker Hans Schmidbauer, moved from making watches to making ‘electric machines’.