Press Release Summary:
Consisting of multi-frequency, sweeping or non-sweeping system, Megasonics System features multiMEG'sÂ 4-mode operation: 430 kHz conventional streaming megasonics, 430 kHz dualSWEEPÂ® megasonics,1.3 MHz conventional streaming megasonics, and 1.3 MHz dualSWEEPÂ® megasonics. Multi-Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning System, constructed of all stainless steel, is designed for use with single- or multi-frequency generators and is suited for cleaning small parts on intermittent to semi-production basis.
Original Press Release:
Blackstone Ney Ultrasonics Introduces New Cleaning Solutions at Photonics West
Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, a recognized leader in ultrasonic technology, will introduce a host of advanced cleaning solutions at the PHOTONICS WEST 2016 in San Francisco, California February 16 - 18, 2016. Visitors to Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics Booth #5631 will be introduced to a number of new products, technologies and services. Among the new technologies exhibited at the show will be:
• Megasonics: A multi-frequency, sweeping or non-sweeping system. The multiMEG's four mode operation (430 kHz conventional streaming megasonics / 430 kHz dualSWEEP® megasonics / 1.3 MHz conventional streaming megasonics / 1.3 MHz dualSWEEP® megasonics) delivers higher yields in a single process tank. Combining our multiMEG technology with our advanced plate arrays and submersible designs allows integrators and existing users the ability to experience higher particle removal efficiencies while minimizing downtime associated with full module replacement.
• Multi- Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning System: An ultrasonic cleaning system made of all stainless steel construction. The Multi-Frequency Ultrasonic Cleaning System is an excellent tool for cleaning small parts on an intermittent to semi-production basis (not recommended for high volume cleaning). These tanks are available for use with single or multi-frequency generators. Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics is a recognized leader in ultrasonic generator technology. Beginning with the introduction of sweeping frequency in 1988, there has been a continuous stream of development and patents covering new ultrasonic generator and transducer technology from Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics.
We will have technical experts available at the show to explain our technologies more in-depth and provide suggestions to our customers for improving their cleaning processes.
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