SonicsOnline.com Announces New Line of Ultrasonic Cleaners from Branson Ultrasonics®

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Available on SonicsOnline.com, the new ultrasonic cleaners from Branson Ultrasonics® includes the digital CPX/CPXH Series and the M/MH Series manually controlled units. They are available in five differently sized models.

Branson Ultrasonic Cleaners

Introducing the NEW CPX and M series of ultrasonic cleaners from Branson Ultrasonics.

Our new ultrasonic cleaners come in digital or manual versions, with or without heating, to meet customer requirements for optimal component handling.

SonicsOnline.com, a Virginia-based equipment distributor, has announced the availability of two new ultrasonic cleaners from Branson Ultrasonics®. Pricing for all new models will be similar to that of “old technology models” sold by other manufacturers, and all units will be available as of February 2013.

The digital models now sold by SonicsOnline.com include the Bransonic® CPX Ultrasonic Baths and the CPXH heated versions. Standout features for the digital units include power tracking, which allows the cleaning tank to automatically adjust to keep the power levels constant, regardless of the load size. User can therefore put more parts in the tank during the cleaning process. Power adjustment, from 100% to 70% in the case of more delicate parts, is also offered via high/low power controls on the digital baths.

Versions with heat are programmable so temperature set points and run times can be adjusted based on application needs. A digital model suitable for laboratory applications employing ultrasonics without heat still offers the benefit from digital control and power management. These ultrasonic cleaners all feature a sweep frequency that creates consistent cavitations. A 99-minute timer allows for continuous operation.

Dave Huckabay, President of SonicsOnline.com, said, “Our new ultrasonic cleaners come in digital or manual versions, with or without heating, to meet customer requirements for optimal component handling. The baths are also suitable for delicate components, such as precision instruments and jewelry. Laboratories and manufacturers benefit from the efficiency and consistency of these units to optimize their processes.”

Manual models from Branson Ultrasonics, consisting of the M Series and MH Series heated ultrasonic cleaners, feature a 60-minute mechanical timer and supports continuous operation. Like the digital versions, consistent cavitations are generated throughout the tank during cleaning. Once set, the manual cleaners run through the cycle without any operator intervention.

Both the digital and manual ultrasonic cleaners are available in five sizes. This includes tank capacities of 0.5, 0.75, 1.5, 2.5, and 5.5 gallons. Models with tank sizes of 6 x 5.5 x 4, 9.5 x 5.5 x 4, 11.5 x 6 x 6, 11.5 x 9.5 x 6, and 19.5 x 11.5 x 6 inches are offered with weights of 7, 9, 12, 14, and 26 pounds respectively. All cleaners operate at a frequency of 40 kHz, while models with or without drains are available.

In addition to digital and manual ultrasonic cleaners, SonicsOnline.com also offers a range of accessories to go along with the new line of cleaners. Covers, perforated trays, mesh baskets, solid insert trays, beaker positioning covers, and support racks are sold separately. These additions are available in configurations specific to the machine model.

For more information on the digital and manual ultrasonic cleaners, in addition to other home and industrial cleaning machinery, liquids, and accessories, visit SonicsOnline.com.

About SonicsOnline.com

Owned and operated by WA Brown, SonicsOnline.com ships ultrasonic cleaning equipment and accessories from its main location and sub-distributors located nationwide. The company offers world-class, personalized customer service and free UPS ground shipping for all machinery. It is led by President Dave Huckabay, an ultrasonic cleaning expert with over 15 years of experience as a Branson Ultrasonics® manufacturer representative.

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