Omegasonics Introduces Smaller, Cooler, and More Energy-Efficient Ultrasonic Generator

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The Matrix 9000 Ultrasonic Generator employs patent-pending “universal input” voltage circuit

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The Omegasonics Matrix 9000 ultrasonic generator is the most unique product on the market today. It was designed to give OEMs and manufacturers the flexibility to change voltage requirements as needed.

Omegasonics, a leading manufacturer of ultrasonic cleaning systems, is excited to announce the new Matrix 9000 ultrasonic generator that is 30% smaller, operates 10% cooler, and delivers 10% more efficient transmission of ultrasonic energy than any current ultrasonic generator on the market.

Patent-pending “universal input” voltage circuit means no need to worry about having the wrong generator for your facility voltage. Available in 500-watt and 1000-watt models, the Matrix 9000 ultrasonic generator uses an advanced auto-voltage sensing circuit so that it can operate with the same high efficiency and output power from 90VAC to 260VAC. The power factor is corrected to 97% or greater, making it suitable for CE requirements.

“The Omegasonics Matrix 9000 ultrasonic generator is the most unique product on the market today,” says Frank Pedeflous, CEO of Omegasonics. “It was designed to give OEMs and manufacturers the flexibility to change voltage requirements as needed, as well as the energy efficiency required for cost savings.”

Omegasonics recently attended the 2011 Contractor Conference in San Diego, and unveiled another product, the Restoration Pro RP3 System, nicknamed “Rolling Thunder,” a portable, heavy-duty all-in-one ultrasonic assembly line cleaning unit.

ABOUT OMEGASONICS:
Omegasonics, the West Coast’s leading manufacturer of ultrasonic cleaning systems, designs and manufactures a complete line of ultrasonic contents restoration cleaning systems, biodegradable cleaning agents, supplies and accessories. Additional info about the company is available at http://www.omegasonics.com or at their blog, “Mighty Bubbles,” at blog.omegasonics.com.

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