Ultrasonic Cleaning System Improves Chemical Compatibility
IMTS 2018: Cleaning Technologies Group’s GMC stainless-steel ultrasonic cleaning system achieves chemical compatibility with aggressive caustic and acidic agents.
Cleaning Technologies Group’s GMC stainless steel ultrasonic cleaning system achieves chemical compatibility with aggressive caustic and acidic agents. The series comes in two sizes: the GMC1818 and the GMC 3523. The larger can accommodate parts ranging to 35" and weighing up to 125 lbs.
Both units are self-contained, supported on casters and operate from commonly-available power supplies, making them easy to move where needed for either in-place or utility cleaning. Both systems include a pump and dual stainless cartridge filtration, a surface sparger, automated controls for heat, pump and ultrasonics, a lid, and one standard basket. A drip pan enables draining one basket of parts while cleaning another.
Since being announced as a Top Shop in 2014, Complexus Medical has steadily grown while bringing some previously outsourced processes in-house for lower manufacturing costs and faster lead times.
Rust and corrosion can be problematic when working with cold rolled steel (CRS). Despite even the most heroic preventive measures, manufacturers report troublesome, rusty parts that can be attributed to seasonal humidity, being located near bodies of salt water, long-term indoor storage, unprotected shipping methods, condensation and coolant residues.