Solvent Ultrasonic Cleaning Systems is Microsolve Mono-Solvent'stwo-stage systems attained the highest cleaning standards yet amazingly running at a low cost. The systems use HFE (hydrofluoroether) or HFC (hydrofluoro-carbon) solvents. These solvents are followed by vapour rinsing and the freeboard dry. It can be used in precision cleaning bearings, gyro components, medical components, in the maintenance cleaning of pneumatic and hydrolic components, in electonics, flux removal from PBCs or soldering jigs and fixtures and the likes. Interested users are to submit sample components for free testing in the company's wide development workshop in England and get free recommended course of action.
Microsolve ultrasonic precision cleaning systems attain the highest cleaning standards yet keep running costs surprisingly low.
The 'Kerry' branded Microsolve Mono-Solvent vapour degreasing system manufactured by Guyson has three process stages comprising of ultrasonic cleaning, followed by vapour rinsing and freeboard drying. The Microsolve system has unique proven solvent retention features that provide economic benefits as well as effective use of HFE (hydrofluoroether) or HFC (hydrofluorocarbon) solvents.
Solvent retention features unique to the Microsolve range include triple coil reflux cooling, vapour break, 150% freeboard, optional auto top-up and solvent monitoring. These ensure that systems are safe and comply fully with environmental and safety legislation. These design features also mean that Microsolve systems are able to operate with low, predictable solvent usage and customers enjoy low, predictable running costs.