How Ultrasonic Cleaning Works
Ultrasonic Cleaning uses sound waves that are introduced into the cleaning systems through electronic transducers which are mounted to the cleaning tank.
These sound waves travel through the tank and create waves of compression and decompression in the liquid. This dramatic expansion and contraction creates microscopic bubbles.
As the pressure around the bubbles becomes great, the fluid around the bubble rushes in collapsing the bubble very rapidly. When this happens, a jet of liquid is created that can travel as fast as 650 mph.
As the gasses inside the bubble are compressed at a very high rate, the rise in temperature to as high as 5,000 degrees Celcius. The liquid immediately surrounding the bubble is also raised to approximately 2,000 degrees Celcius.
This extreme temperature, along with the liquid jet velocity, provides a very intense cleaning action in a very minute area.
Because of the short duration of the bubble expansion and collapse cycle, the liquid surrounding the bubble quickly absorbs the heat and the area cools very quickly. As a result, the tank and liquid becomes only warm and does not heat up due to the introduction of parts during the cleaning process.
The air bubbles provide a safe and gentle cleaning process for your blinds, avoiding the damage that can come from manually scrubbing or blasting away at your blinds.