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Lab Ultrasonic Cleaner Features Uniform Sonication

Uniform sonication, or perfect sound field distribution, is a desirable feature for ultrasonic cleaners used in analytical and medical laboratories as well as other professional settings. Uniform sonication assures users that instruments and equipment being cleaned, and lab samples being processed in flasks or beakers, receive “equal treatment” regardless of their position in the tank. …

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What is a Heated Ultrasonic Cleaner?

Selecting a Heated Ultrasonic Cleaner

By Bob Sandor | January 24, 2023

Ultrasonic energy creates heat in the cleaning bath. Temperature control can be important depending on what you are cleaning.

Ultrasonic Sieve Cleaning

Two Practical Solutions to Clean Lab Sieves

By Rachel Kohn | December 6, 2022

Cleaning fine mesh particle analysis lab sieves becomes more difficult as mesh size decreases, making it more likely that particles become trapped in fine sieve openings.  Manual cleaning test sieves has drawbacks…

Explanation of IQ, OQ and PQ

IQ, OQ, PQ Examples for Analytical Instruments

By Bob Sandor | November 17, 2022

Analytical instruments confirm processing equipment used in the pharmaceutical, food and other industries meet standards set by the FDA, the Code of Federal Regulations Title 21 and other regulatory bodies.  Standards apply…

Fast, Safe Ultrasonic PCB Cleaners for New and Reconditioned Boards

Ultrasonic PCB Cleaners for New and Reconditioned Boards

By Rachel Kohn | October 26, 2022

Removing soldering flux and residues from new PCBs and dirt when reconditioning PCBs by using an ultrasonic PCB cleaner is faster and more gentle than soaking and scrubbing with sprays and solvents. …

Ultrasonic Cleaning Once Fired Brass

Ultrasonic Cleaning Once-Fired Brass

By Rachel Kohn | October 9, 2022

A Tovatech Case Study A recent report by IBISWorld states that the U.S. Shooting Range Industry market is estimated at $4 billion and encompasses more than 11,000 businesses.  Many shooting enthusiasts, whether…

How to Use an Analytical Balance

How to Use an Analytical Balance: 5 Tips

By Rachel Kohn | September 22, 2022

University and industrial laboratory researchers requiring extremely accurate measurements of extremely small quantities rely on a precision instrument called an analytical balance. Shopping for an analytical balance requires being familiar with some…

More on Selecting Ultrasonic Cleaning Solutions

By Rachel Kohn | August 12, 2022

The best results are obtained when you select the correct ultrasonic cleaning solution and take steps to prolong its cleaning efficacy.

How to Calibrate a Scale

How to Calibrate a Digital Scale

By Rachel Kohn | July 13, 2022

How to calibrate and maintain digital hanging scales.

How to Select an Ultrasonic Cleaner Size

5 Key Points to Selecting the Correct Ultrasonic Cleaner Size

By Rachel Kohn | May 19, 2022

Ultrasonic parts cleaners are manufactured in a tremendous variety of sizes.  By “size” we mean the dimensions and capacities of tanks in which ultrasonic parts cleaning is accomplished.  For example the Elmasonic…

Introducing the Elmasonic Select Line

Introducing the Elmasonic Select Line: Programmable Cleaning, Five Ultrasonic Modes

By Rachel Kohn | May 10, 2022

Elmasonic Select ultrasonic cleaners available from Tovatech feature 5 ultrasonic modes to simplify task setting and supervision for parts cleaning and maintenance, sample prep, and solvent degassing plus up to 4 commonly…

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Ultrasonic Cleaning Preserves New and Old Vinyl Records

By Rachel Kohn | March 26, 2022

A Sound Way to Clean Vinyl Records Why Audiophiles use Ultrasound to Maintain and Restore Fidelity The Wall Street Journal reports LP record popularity surged in the U.S., selling 41.7 million units,…

How to Select Dental Ultrasonic Cleaners

Ultrasonic Cleaner for Dental Instruments

By Rachel Kohn | January 14, 2022

An ultrasonic cleaner is one of the methods recommended by the Centers for Disease Control as the first step to remove tissue, blood and other contaminants from reusable instruments such as found in dental offices.