Unisonic cleaner concentrate (DG)

Especially for ultrasonic cleanersEffective ultrasonic cleaning requires the right combination of chemical agent, instrument and temperature.Plain water is not an efficient cleaning agent. The addition of detergent at temperatures up to 60 deg. C will increase the effectiveness of an ultrasonic cleaner. Best results are achieved with a cleaning solution that is formulated for removing particular contaminations and that will not attack the material itself.Cleaning solutions can be used repeatedly until their effectiveness diminishes. Using exhausted cleaning solutions wastes time and effort.Temperature is an important factor and heat is required to maximise cleaning. However, above 60 deg. C the cements used for fixing ultrasound transducers may fail. There is also a safety consideration as above 50 deg. C scalding can be dangerous. Higher temperature increases the detergent solution's vapour pressure and reduces the energy required for cavitations, which ...

Especially for ultrasonic cleaners

Effective ultrasonic cleaning requires the right combination of chemical agent, instrument and temperature.
Plain water is not an efficient cleaning agent. The addition of detergent at temperatures up to 60 deg. C will increase the effectiveness of an ultrasonic cleaner. Best results are achieved with a cleaning solution that is formulated for removing particular contaminations and that will not attack the material itself.

Cleaning solutions can be used repeatedly until their effectiveness diminishes. Using exhausted cleaning solutions wastes time and effort.

Temperature is an important factor and heat is required to maximise cleaning. However, above 60 deg. C the cements used for fixing ultrasound transducers may fail. There is also a safety consideration as above 50 deg. C scalding can be dangerous. Higher temperature increases the detergent solution's vapour pressure and reduces the energy required for cavitations, which underlie its cleaning performance. Using some heat will greatly increase cleaning power with any cleaning solution. All our cleaning solutions are concentrates and may be diluted with hot water.

General Purpose Cleaner is a specially formulated cleaning solution for use in ultrasonic cleaners. It is effective in removing a wide variety of soils from metals, glass and other materials. This concentrated solution is biodegradable - phosphate and caustic-free alkaline cleaner formulated for general purpose and normal maintenance cleaning applications. General Purpose solution removes general soils, fingerprints, dust, packaging particulates, light oils, and greases. GP solution is safe for use with most base metals and alloys, thermoset and thermoplastic resins, and other synthetic materials. GP solution is easily mixed with water to form a concentration of 10-12% by volume, and can be used at temperatures ranging from ambient to 82 deg. C.
MSDS

Jewellery Cleaner Concentrate is an ammonia based detergent which, when mixed with water, forms an ideal cleaning agent for water-soluble contaminants. These include buffing compounds, shop dirt, blood and animal and vegetable oils, inks, milk residues, chemical salts and food particles. See MSDS for incompatible materials. This is a very effective cleaner, which is safe for plastics, and for metals and most stones (not pearls) used in jewellery plus steel, stainless, chrome and pewter. However, the jewellery cleaner, like dishwasher detergent attacks metals like aluminium, zinc, copper, silver and brass. Dilute as required between 10 and 100x.
MSDS

Code Title Pack Size Availability Price Updated: 03-07-2022
M037-DWS Unisonic cleaner concentrate (DG) 2.5L 1 in stock AU $28.00