Ultrasonic Cleaner for Cleaning without Solvents

The model features an agitation table, dual filtration, 10-gallon weir tank, sparge bar and an insulated tank and lid.

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Ultrasonic’s Ultra 3200FA is a full-featured ultrasonic cleaner with 55-gallon main tank capacity and horizontal transducers designed to improve cleaning capability without solvents. The model features an agitation table, dual filtration, 10-gallon weir tank, sparge bar and an insulated tank and lid.

The V bottom is designed to ease cleaning between batches. Side-mounted transducers reduce dead spots so the cleaning action is consistent from top to bottom. The product features 5,040 W of ultrasonic power, dual 2,000-W heaters and a basket capacity of 27" × 18.5" × 5". The Ultra 3200FA can clean parts made of rubber and plastic as well as bearings, bolts, transmission components, engine parts prior to assembly and plastic-injection molds. The cleaner can be used in industrial and manufacturing environments as well as automotive, medical, pharmaceutical, aerospace and engineering industries.

The ultrasonic cleaner operates from 220-V power and draws 30 amps. Its 52" × 39" × 33" dimensions enable it to fit into existing shop space with a minimal footprint. Digital touch controls enable operation with automatic ultrasonic, agitation and filtration cycles. A seven-day heat and auxiliary timer enables programming to suit production requirements.

The agitation table capacity of 300 lbs. can hold large parts or multiple batches of smaller components. An optional dual-basket configuration is available, enabling smaller baskets with dimensions of 18.5" × 13.25" × 5" to be processed simultaneously. This optional feature can be used for larger batches of small components or to clean small and large parts together. The ultrasonic cleaner features a working depth of 14". 

Additional models are available with varying capacities, ultrasonic power, electrical requirements and features. Specialized soap is available to speed the cleaning of baked-on carbon and heavy solids.