FDJ On Time
1180 Solana Ave
Winter Park, FL 32789
Just minutes from downtown Orlando Florida.
- Keep the tank clean. Debris reduces the life of your machine and
can cut down on the efficiency of the ultrasonic waves.
- Keep the outside of the ultrasonic clean. Ultrasonic solutions can
corrode the non-stainless housing of the machines. Moisture can also get into the
seams of the housing and attack the electronics inside.
- Never let anything touch the bottom your tank. Use a mesh basket
or wire ring rack to suspend item in the cleaning solution. Items vibrated by
ultrasonic waves when resting on the tank floor can wear "pinholes" in the tank.
Solution can leak through and damage the electronics. When cleaning large
items, place a piece of plastic on the bottom of the tank as a barrier to the tank.
- Never let the level of the ultrasonic solution drop below 1-1/2"
form the top of the tank. A low level of solution can cause damage to the
transducers (the components that produce the ultrasonic waves).
- Take care when emptying the ultrasonic tank. If the unit has a
drain, use it! If there is no drain, make sure the unit is unplugged when pouring
the solution into the sink, etc. Wipe down the exterior of the unit if anything
- Never put flammable or volatile chemicals in an ultrasonic. In
addition to the ultrasonic waves, heat is produced by the action.
- Keep the work area around your ultrasonic clean and clutter-free.
This will minimize spills. Water and electricity do not mix.
- Be safe and keep electrical cords and plugs in good shape. Frays
and shorts don't mix with water.
- Be aware. Ultrasonic action can raise the temperature of solution
- You must use some sort of cleaning solution in an ultrasonic.
Water and ultrasonic waves do little.
- Change the ultrasonic solution frequently. Cleaning solutions can
go bad with age and use.