How do I use ultrasonic carb cleaning fluid - to clean aluminium parts?
Carbonised contamination is one of the most difficult to remove, even when using an ultrasonic cleaning system. For the most effective cleaning, you need to ensure that you have the right ultrasonic carb cleaning solution in your machines.
Ultramax MET is the best ultrasonic carb cleaning solution to clean aluminium parts
With this top quality powerful industrial ultrasonic cleaner in your cleaning system, spray cabinet or parts washer you will be able to quickly and effectively clean, degrease and de-carbonise carburettors, machine parts and many plastics too.
It will loosen and remove other heavy soiling including:
- oil and greasy residues
- food stuff and fatty residues
- inks and dyes
- light wax
- flux and metal working residues found in manufacturing processes involving - drilling, grinding, polishing and lapping.
Features and benefits
- Highly concentrated ultrasonic cleaning solution with built in corrosion inhibitors so metals are protected as soon as they leave the bath
- Low foam formula to maintain the efficiency of your cleaning equipment
- Fast acting ingredients for efficient thorough cleaning
- Hot or cold use
Directions for use
Always check that the substrate will not be harmed by carrying out sample test first.
Ultrasonic cleaning bath
Place items in the ultrasonic bath filled with Ultramax MET solution and set to work between 2 to 8 minute cycles.
Heating is not normally used but can be applied if required to temperatures up to 30oC
Spray washer parts cleaner
Place items in the parts cleaner to work between 2 to 8 minute cycles.
APT stock a full range of industrial ultrasonic cleaners and degreasers to suit every application and ultrasonic bath. Let us help you choose the best ultrasonic cleaning solution for all you cleaning and degreasing operations.
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APT's range of ultrasonic cleaning solutions are packed in: 5 litre cartons, 4x5 litre cases, 25 litre drums and 210 litre barrels.