Ultrasonic Nail Cleaner (110V for US Use)
Can be used to clean:
- All Nail Tools
- Jewelry and Watches
Necklaces, Earrings, Rings, Bracelets, Coins, Watches Straps and Bands etc.
- Eye Care
Glasses, Sunglasses, Contact Lens Accessories
- Daily Personal Care
Dentures, Combs, Toothbrushes, Table-wares
What is ultrasonic?
is sound generated beyond human audible level. In real life, high pitch
sound is created by high frequency, and alternatively, the low and base
tone is created by low frequency. Frequencies above 16 kHz in general
are being considered as ultrasonic. Typical ultrasonic frequencies used
for cleaning purpose are from 20 kHz to 80 kHz.
How a sound can clean?
A physical effect called "cavitations" ultrasonic generates in liquid is
responsible for the cleaning process. Cavitations form when ultrasonic
travels through liquid. When a sound wave travels through water, it
stretches and compresses the water medium to transmit sound. When the
amplitude of such sound wave increases to a level when water can't hold
the stretch, the sound literally tears the water apart, and millions of
vacuumed "bubbles" are formed under such negative pressure.
The sizes of vacuumed "bubbles" increase until their equilibrium are
reached; the "bubbles" then rapidly compress by water and create
millions of tiny liquid jets.
The jet actions release tremendous amount of energy stored within
vacuumed bubbles; each "bubble" is estimated to have a temperature of
more then 5000 degree Celsius and a pressure of more than 10,000 PSI at
molecular level when such implosion takes place. The huge amount of
pressure releases at each "bubble" provides an ideal physical
phenomenon responsible for the effective cleaning action ultrasonic
Ultrasonic cleans cracks
Cavitation takes place everywhere liquid can reach; during the cleaning process,
the article being cleaned is submerged into water or cleaning solution,
millions of micro-sized "bubbles" created by ultrasonic are capable of
reaching into fine trends or cracks to clean.
Ultrasonic Cleaning: frequency higher the better?
The frequency of an ultrasonic cleaning device has nothing to do with the
cleaning power. The ideal cleaning frequency is determined by what is
going to be cleaned. Simply speaking, the higher the frequency the more
capable it is to remove smaller particles.
Ultrasonic, the answer to environmental-friendly cleaning for home
Although ultrasonic has been an effective industries' cleaning solution for
decades, environmentally unfriendly, chemical-based cleaning method is
still widely used at home. Codyson believes ultrasonic will be the next
generation cleaning solution for home.