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The 4.5L ultrasonic dental cleaner has five different function series for cleaning jewelry. Here we will recommend low noise series with adjustable power and degas function. It can cut the working noise under 60db. If you hate the noise, low noise series will be the perfect choice for you.
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0~30 Minutes Setting
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How To Select Dental Ultrasonic Washing Machine?
Start out with cleaning tank size in terms of solution capacity and internal tank dimensions. You’ll want a tank that holds without crowding the number of instruments cleaned in a single cycle (without crowding, as indicated above). Cleaning is accomplished in mesh baskets that have dimensions slightly less than internal tank dimensions.
Dental tools must be completely immersed in the solution. This relates to what is called the working depth of the tank, or the distance between the bottom of the basket (not the tank) and the surface of the cleaning solution.
Should you select a heated dental instrument ultrasonic cleaner?
A good question. An example of where heat is not desirable is in cleaning medical, surgical and dental instruments unless they are contaminated with dried blood or other difficult-to-remove substances. (Refer to the importance of pre-rinsing and soaking.)
To cite example blood and tissue should be removed from instruments at a temperature below 40⁰C (104⁰F). Elevating the temperature can cause protein in blood to harden and become more difficult to clean. If this happens, higher temperatures i.e. 60⁰C (140⁰F) are required to remove dried blood.
Note that heat is a natural byproduct of cavitation action, so simply operating your unit will, over time, cause solution temperature to increase. We recommend not engaging the heater in an ultrasonic dental instrument cleaner unless you are faced with removing dried blood and tissue.
A Typical Ultrasonic Cleaning Cycle for Dental Instruments
We say “typical” because procedures may vary from practice to practice, and in any case should be spelled out in the dental clinic’s standard operating procedure manual.
At the very beginning, it is important that dental instruments be flushed and rinsed immediately after use to remove any gross contaminants. If allowed to remain dry and harden on surfaces they become much more difficult to remove. This step also helps prolong the life of the ultrasonic bath because fewer or no loose particles are introduced during the cleaning cycle. Dental clinics that hold instruments for batch sonic cleaning at the end of the day should immerse these tools in a germicidal presoak after rinsing.
As another point, instruments with hinges such as extraction tools should be disassembled if feasible to allow better access for the cleaning solution and cavitation.
Brief Introduction Of 4.5L Ultrasonic Cleaner:
4.5L ultrasonic cleaner is a helpful cleaning tool for your dirty parts. It has 180W ultrasonic power which can handle the normal cleaning job. Besides we have five different series for you to choose.
You might want to know what is degas function and what is sweep frequency function. Please check below:
Degas: Degas function can drive out gas in cleaning liquid which will absorb ultrasonic energy.
Sweep frequency: Sweep frequency technology to ensure uniform levels of ultrasonic activity throughout the fluid, these baths offer high performance giving an accurate and precise ultrasonic process. It can avoid the hot spot on the cleaning object.