The Ultrasonic LeanVeyor Immersion Cleaning System utilizes a combination of spray, immersion, and ultrasonic cleaning technologies and has proven successful in achieving Six Sigma consistency in a number of applications requiring high production outputs and tight cleanliness levels. Parts with complex and internal geometries that need final cleaning prior to assembly are ideal candidates. This cleaning process has proven to significantly reduce or eliminate warranty related failures that would be attributed to inadequate part cleaning.
The first process in this powerful combination is a spray wash using mechanical impingement to quickly remove gross levels of contamination from parts. Higher pressures can be used to remove greater amounts of debris; however, the limitation of spray technology is that “line of sight” is required to be fully effective.
After scouring the external surfaces of the parts, the second process uses ultrasonic technology and is done in an immersion environment. The mechanical cleaning component of ultrasonics is the cavitation effect. Among nature’s most dramatic amplifiers of energy density, cavitation generates extreme local temperatures and pressures.
We have been successful in meeting stringent cleanliness specifications down to 50 microns. Recent applications include transmission shafts, turbine blades, fuel rails, compressor parts and medical implants. This technology is well suited for precision cleaning in all industries.