Cleaning Unit’s Dual-Cartridge Filter Captures Contaminants

Omegasonics offers its largest ultrasonic cleaning unit, the OMG4430, with a bath size of 40" × 30" × 30" for cleaning injection molds and other large, oily or dirty parts.

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Omegasonics offers its largest ultrasonic cleaning unit, the OMG4430, with a bath size of 40" × 30" × 30" for cleaning injection molds and other large, oily or dirty parts. Its dual-cartridge filtration system traps contaminant particles that have been removed from the parts being cleaned. Filtering the cleaning fluid reduces the frequency with which the tank must be drained and the fluid replaced and reheated, a task that can take up to several hours, the company says. In addition, this cleaner’s precision ultrasonic technology can accurately remove support material from large 3D fused deposition modeling prints and other oversized items. It effectively cleans ABS, polycarbonate, polycarbonate-ISO, Nylon 12 and PC-ABS parts regardless of a part’s geometry and complexity, according to the company.

With a plug-and-play construction for speed and ease of installation, the cleaner uses all solid state components and is said to require no regular maintenance. A stainless steel parts basket ensures that parts are fully submerged in the ultrasonic bath for maximum cleaning throughout the entire cleaning cycle. Other features include built-in digital heat, digital-timer-controlled ultrasound, an overflow weir, 8,000-W peak ultrasound, and tank insulation for reduced noise and heating efficiency.

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