The Ultrasonic Power Corporation is one of the pioneers in providing the best line of precision washing systems. These world-class cleaners use the ultrasonic vibrations to generate millions of microscopic bubbles and provide the force for the bubbles to reach the smallest crevices on precision machined equipment. Watch the ultrasonic cleaning in action here!
The Annual Midwest Clinic International Band, Orchestra and Music Conference is held each year, which displays the top music groups to showcase the latest ideas and skills throughout the music conference. From students to professionals, performers have a chance to exhibit their talents to a supportive and enthusiastic audience with an interest in furthering music education. The 68th conference is held this year in Chicago’s McCormick Place from December 17 – 20, 2014.
In this conference, Ultrasonic Power Corporation will be exhibiting the 90 gallon portable, self-contained, ultrasonic cleaning system with Sonic Touch technology, which easily accommodates trumpets, flutes, saxophones, trombones, baritones, sousaphones and tubas. The BT 2424SE will also be showcased, which cleans trumpets, flutes, saxophones, clarinets and euphoniums. Both systems clean quickly and eliminate the need for strong acids.
The cleaning system used by Ultrasonic Power Corporation is environmental friendly and built using stainless steel. They clean both inside and outside the instruments and prolong the life of the instruments.
Some of the new features include:
- The new horn flush and holster design, which is used to send a blast of water to contamination and hangs in the tank without dripping externally.
- The wedge control panel, which offers an easier to read control panel and more ergonomic design function.
- The double boiler pan, which is used for cleaning small items or when the operator decides to use multiple detergents within the same tank.
For more information, you can visit Booth Number 537 where Lisa Serafini will be available to answer your queries.