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8/30/2018

Ultrasonic Cleaning System Improves Chemical Compatibility

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IMTS 2018: Cleaning Technologies Group’s GMC stainless-steel ultrasonic cleaning system achieves chemical compatibility with aggressive caustic and acidic agents. 

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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.

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