Ultrasonic Cleaning 

Cleaning faster and more efficiently – the environment friendly way 

What can you clean? “Virtually Everything” 

What is Ultrasonic Cleaning? 

Ultrasonic cleaning is used for hard to reach areas on items such as machine parts, tubes, inside of locks, but can also be used on more fragile items such as surgical machines, glass, and ceramics. It can also be used to restore damaged items after fire or water damage.

How Does Ultrasonic Cleaning Work? 

The item that is being restored will be placed in a cleaning solution inside of the machine. Ultrasonic waves inside of the cleaning solution will produce microscopic bubbles that implode on the surface of the item being cleaned. The implosion stirs up the dust/dirt particles which are then dislodged from the surface of the item. The item is then removed from the liquid and dried. 

Advantages of Ultrasonics: 

  • Reaches deep into detailed surfaces that are hard to reach. 
  • Many items can be cleaned in less than two minutes allowing for a quick return.
  • Reduces labor costs. 
  • No harsh/dangerous chemicals. 

Uses For Ultrasonic Cleaning: 

Janitorial Maintenance: 

Most janitorial cleaning is just intended to remove surface dirt. General cleaning like this allows dirt to build up in crevices and other hard to reach places. Ultrasonics allows for items to be “deep cleaned” quickly. 


  • Ceiling Fans
  • Light Fixtures
  • and more


  • Window Blinds
  • Area Carpets
  • Tables & Chairs
  • Coffee Pots

Restoring damaged property helps restore people’s lives by getting them their valuables back. Not every item can be restored, but a great number of items that would have traditionally been non-recoverable can now be quickly restored and returned to the owner. 


Insurance Companies: The cost of restoring an item versus reimbursing the owner for the item’s full value is reduced dramatically. 

Property Owners: Traditional cleaning methods can take weeks and cause additional property damage while Ultrasound can get property owners their things back quickly. 


Smoke: After a fire, smoke can leave behind soot deposits that can penetrate deep into tiny crevices on the surface of an item, and can also seep into the item itself.

Water: The water used to extinguish the flames can discolor items and the items can also absorb surprising amounts of water. 

Mold: Moisture absorbed by an item that has not been properly dried may quickly become subjected to molds and bacterias. 

Parts Cleaning: 

Dirt, debris and contaminants can cause critical components to fail and cause harm to users.

Examples of Parts: 

  • Vehicles 
  • Helicopters and Aircrafts 
  • Boats 
  • Ovens, Pots, Pans, Utensils
  • Machines 
  • Tools, Nuts, Bolts 
  • Almost anything metal, plastic, vinyl, and wood


Dirt on electronic components can cause the device to:

  • Overheat (start fires). 
  • Short circuit (injure people). 
  • Malfunction (loss of valuable data). 

What Types of Electronics Can You Clean with Ultrasonics? 

  • Computers & Keyboards
  • Gaming Consoles
  • TVs
  • DVD & CD Players
  • Circuit Boards
  • Toaster Ovens
  • Lamps
  • Blenders
  • Coffee Machines
  • Radios