Ultrasonic Cleaners from Tovatech

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Small and versatile, our benchtop models provide flexibility and convenience without sacrificing cleaning power. These models are best for smaller objects but come in a variety of sizes and feature options.

Our Most Popular Benchtop Models

Elmasonic E Plus - Routine Cleaning and Mixing

The Elmasonic E Plus Ultrasonic Cleaner thoroughly cleans a broad range of parts made of metal, glass, or plastic. Use Dynamic mode for powerful cleaning, to degas fresh cleaning solutions or to mix, dissolve and disperse samples. Use Eco mode for gentle cleaning of sensitive parts. Sweep frequency with power tracking assures consistent uniform cleaning. An economical product for shop or lab. In stock for fast delivery.

Key Features

  • Dynamic mode for strong cleaning or mixing
  • Eco mode for gentle cleaning
  • Timer 1-30 min or continuous
  • Temperature settings up to 80° C
  • Nine tank sizes from 0.25 gal to 7.5 gal

Elmasonic Select - Programmable Cleaning and Mixing, Five Ultrasonic Modes

Elmasonic Select offers 5 ultrasonic modes to optimize parts cleaning, sample preparation, and solvent degassing. Dynamic mode cleans thoroughly at high intensity.  Eco mode is quiet, gentle, and energy-saving. Mix, disperse, and dissolve samples in Pulse mode.  Save 4 programs for quick call up and reproducible results.  Choose from 11 models with tank capacities from 0.7 to 24 gallons.

Key Features

  • 5 Modes for thorough, rapid cleaning, mixing, degassing
  • Timer 1 min to 6 hours; Heater to 80°C
  • Stores up to 4 programs: time, temp, ultrasonic mode
  • Extra-large digital display; signals when run is complete
  • 11 tank sizes from 0.75 to 24 gal

Elmasonic S - Extra Power, Three Ultrasonic Modes

The Elmasonic S offers powerful Sweep mode cleaning. Select from two additional ultrasonic modes optimized for sample preparation and solvent degassing. Very wide choice of tank sizes, from ¼ gallon to 24 gallons.

Key Features

  • LED display of set and actual parameters
  • 3 Modes for cleaning, mixing, degassing
  • Temperature settings up to 80° C
  • 14 tank sizes from 0.25 gal to 24 gal

Elmasonic P - Advanced, Dual Frequency, Variable Power

The Elmasonic P has an incredible amount of ultrasonic power for the fastest and most thorough cleaning and sample preparation. Offers total control of the ultrasonic process: choose frequency, power level, time, temperature, ultrasonic mode. Select operation at 80 kHz for virtually silent cleaning of fragile instruments and even fine capillary tubes. The versatile ultrasonic cleaner preferred by R&D laboratories.

Key Features

  • Variable ultrasonic power
  • 4 Modes for cleaning, mixing, degassing
  • Dual frequency: 37 kHz and 80 kHz
  • Timer and heater up to 80° C
  • Six tank sizes from 0.75 gal to 7.5 gal

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There are a wide range of industrial capacity ultrasonic cleaners. Our large capacity ultrasonic cleaners come in a variety of volumes and feature sets best for cleaning larger objects or a large quantity of smaller objects.

Our Most Popular Industrial Models

SHIRACLEAN with Solution Filtration

The SHIRACLEAN industrial ultrasonic cleaner is available in a number of sizes designed for industrial machine shops, solder flux removal, printing, electronics, 3-D mold support and a variety of laboratory applications. From aerospace to auto restoration, save time, labor and chemical disposal costs using the SHIRACLEAN washer.

Key Features

  • Filtration to prolong solution lifetime
  • Weir and spray bar to remove oils
  • 40 kHz with Sweep
  • Timer, heater, drain
  • 5 tanks sizes from 25-110 gallons
  • On casters for portability

SOLXP - Clean Large Parts in Low Flash Point Solvent (e.g. IPA, acetone)

For cleaning larger parts with volatile solvents you’ll need a SOL XP explosion-proof ultrasonic cleaner available from Tovatech. Fully nitrogen inerted for fire protection. ETL approved as sold, no additional approvals required.

Key Features

  • ETL listed product
  • Optional air driven pump and purification system reduce handling and improve product quality. For continuous solvent purification
  • Optional cooling coils to reduce solvent loss and further control odor
  • 10-year warranty on ultrasonic transducers

Keys to Ultrasonic Cleaner Popularity

Ultrasonic cleaners find application in most every aspect of today's homes and businesses as a virtually sure-fire way of cleaning or treating most anything that can be immersed in an aqueous, biodegradable cleaning solution.  Here are some examples where ultrasonic cleaners from Tovatech are saving time while assuring thorough results.

Where ultrasonic cleaners "do their stuff"

Machining and otherwise fabricating and handling stainless steel components may deposit iron particles and other contaminants on the surfaces. Passivation in an ultrasonic cleaner removes contaminants to forestall corrosion once components are put into use.

Similarly, cleaning finely machined parts with ultrasonic energy avoids damage by abrasive compounds and mechanical scrubbing to remove grinding dust, metal shavings, lubricants, cutting and coolant fluid residues.

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 manual, time consuming methods that can damage delicate assemblies and can be environmentally unfriendly.

Dental clinics ultrasonically clean instruments before sterilization to avoid heat “baking on” blood, tissue and other organic residues that cause infection problems.  The systems are also ideal for cleaning molds, implant hybrid prosthesis, and removing plaster and cement from bridgework.

Heavy parts degreasing engines and other complex machinery components is accomplished quickly and effectively by industrial ultrasonic cleaners.  High-pressure sprays, steam cleaning, and solvent-based wash tanks are unable to remove contaminants in cracks, crevices and blind holes.

Watch case and other quality jewelry manufacturers with broad markets use ultrasonic cleaners to remove jewelry polishing compounds and other dirt from all surfaces including those difficult or impossible to remove by manual methods.

Auto repair technicians and HVAC professionals rely on ultrasonic cleaners to remove mineral deposits and other contaminants from radiators, condenser coils  and heat exchangers not easily flushed and subject to damage by power washing.

Ultrasonic cleaners are relied on to restore jet engine fuel nozzle assemblies to a like-new condition  avoiding mechanical methods such as soaking, brushing or using steel wool in solvents that are time consuming and risk damage to precisely fabricated, highly machined fuel nozzle surfaces.

Ultrasonic cleaning using flammable solvents such as grade A isopropanol alcohol and pharmaceutical grade acetone requires special precautions and the use of an explosion proof ultrasonic cleaner during initial cleaning processes for new and reconditioned stainless steel filters.

Ultrasonic cleaning is used on a wide range of glass, porcelain, ceramic, plastic, and metal laboratory equipment due to its thoroughness while avoiding breakage (and possible injuries) associated with manual and mechanical cleaning.

How ultrasonic cleaners "do their stuff"

Ultrasonic cleaners do their stuff by using the power of imploding (not exploding) microscopic bubbles in a process called cavitation.   This is totally unlike the high-pressure water sprays, aerosol sprays or manually scrubbing with a brush in a bucket of solvent - as described as alternatives in some applications cited above.

The implosion of cavitation bubbles produces shock waves that blast loose and carry away contaminants, or act on samples being processed in sonicator baths.

For more information read how ultrasonic cleaners work.