Cleaning Machines Meet Special Requirements

Originally titled 'Cleaning Machines Meet Special Requirements'
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If Omegasonics' existing machines do not meet a customer's requirement, the company will customize a machine to those specifications.


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Omegasonics announces that it is offering customized ultrasonic cleaning machines. The company offers more than 50 ultrasonic cleaning units, including industrial and benchtop washers. If the company’s existing machines do not meet customer requirements, it will customize a machine to those specifications. Specialized requirements include the types and sizes of objects to be cleaned and the particular type of contaminant needing to be removed. These factors determine the machine’s design, including tank size, transducer frequency and other details.


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