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Medical Ultrasonic Cleaner Performance Validation

In its “Guideline for Disinfection and Sterilization in Healthcare Facilities” the CDC notes “Ultrasonic cleaning removes soil by cavitation and implosion in which waves of acoustic energy are propagated in aqueous solutions to disrupt the bonds that hold particulate matter to surfaces.” Sub-par performance of a medical ultrasonic cleaner could lead to trouble.  That’s because…

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