Kerry Ultrasonic Baths Enable Workshop Cleaning

Guyson International is now offering a broad range of Kerry-branded bench-top ultrasonic cleaning baths, all manufactured at its facility in Skipton in the north of England. Typical usage for these ultrasonic baths include providing an affordable way to deliver precision cleaning in optical, electronics, jewellery, horological, medical and dental cleaning applications.

The Pulsatron MKC baths can thoroughly clean laboratory glassware and syringes, as well as those specimens requiring cleaning prior to microscopic examination. They will also remove residue from the sampling components of analytical equipment. Kerry MKC ultrasonic baths are available in capacities of six, 14 and 22 litres to suit different workloads, and can be supplied with a Pyrex beaker and beaker holder, allowing the bath to be used with all solvents.

The beaker containing solvent is suspended in the bath, which should be filled with water and a small amount of wetting agent. Operating temperatures from 20 to 80C can be set in 1deg increments, allowing the optimum temperature to be selected for a particular combination of component material, cleaning solution and contaminant. The Kerry Pulsatron MKC ultrasonic baths are able to be programmed to maximise the quality and repeatability of results, allowing the user to pre-set exact cleaning times and temperatures, ensuring consistent levels of cleanliness from batch to batch. All functions are controlled by a four-button membrane keypad.

An LCD panel displays the temperature and time set by the user, the time elapsed since the start of the cleaning process and the status of the power supply, heater and ultrasonics. Guyson also offers smaller KC baths, with two- and three-litre capacity. Kerry Pulsatron KC baths are said to be easy to use, with an on/off switch for the ultrasonics and operating instructions printed on the bath's front panel. Cleaning of lightly soiled items may take only seconds, while removal of medium soil may take two or more minutes.


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