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Ultrasonic Cleaning

High-frequency sound waves create cavitation (bubbles) in a cleaning solution that quickly implodes, releasing powerful micro-bursts of plasma energy that agitate and remove contaminants on exterior surfaces and in hard-to-reach recesses of your parts.

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Gentle And Effective

The millions of microscopic bubbles clean gently, making it an effective cleaning process for many materials to remove dirt, dust, grease, carbon deposits, and more from your components.

Common Substrates

  • Metals
  • Plastics
  • Ceramics
  • Glass
  • Rubber
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Industrial and Precision Applications

The versatile cleaning process delivers pristine industrial parts and precision components. We operate several ultrasonic cleaning systems within our cleanrooms to clean highly sensitive components and essential medical devices.


Ideal Uses of Ultrasonic Cleaning

  • Cleaning components varying shapes and sizes
  • Removing tightly adhered particles from solid surfaces
  • Penetrating blind holes, cracks, and recesses
  • Deep cleaning complex parts


Yes. The millions of microscopic bubbles in the cleaning solution penetrate the smallest cracks, crevices, blind holes, threads to remove grease, oil, dust, and other contaminants.

A transducer creates high-frequency sound waves that create cavitation (bubbles).

High-frequency sound waves quickly create millions of microscopic bubbles a second. The bubbles implode, releasing powerful bursts of plasma energy that agitate contaminants from the part’s surface.


Your Single Source of Total Solutions

We look beyond today to increase efficiency and serve your business.

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Learn about Medical

We finish your materials within tight tolerances to meet exacting quality and regulatory demands.

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Learn about Military

Defense contractors rely on our anodizing, laser-marking, descaling, and other services to meet military specifications.

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Learn about Aerospace

We offer a range of finishing services for aerospace components and maintain NADCAP certification


Precision Manufacturing

Learn about Precision Manufacturing

CNC manufacturers rely on our services to complete final finishing.

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Learn about Pharmaceutical

We innovate processes in the science and art of finishing precision-engineered pharmaceutical components.

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Water Purification

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Our services for finishing water-system components include cryogenic deflashing, passivation, and laser marking.

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Learn about Automotive

Our precision capabilities handle high-volume jobs for automotive OEMs.

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Learn about Computing

We offer anodizing and laser marking of components and enclosures for computers and audio equipment.

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Learn about Electronics

Our finishing services meet critical tolerances for metal and plastic parts made for consumer electronics.

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Food Service

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Our cleaning and finishing services meet strict regulatory requirements while enhancing performance and longevity.

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Learn about Hydraulics

Our deburring, deflashing, and other services optimize the operating life of hydraulic equipment.

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Learn about Firearms

Our suite of capabilities delivers precise results producing the highest quality finishes.

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Finished Means Finished. Done

We eliminate the need for your parts to go elsewhere.

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