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ultrasonic cleaning machine

We are one of the renowned Manufacturers, Suppliers and Exporters of Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine in India / Multi Stage Industrial Ultrasonic Degreaser Cleaning System .

We manufacturer Ultrasonic Cleaning System in highly controlled industrial environment. We have used the latest MOSFET / IGBT  base technology to deliver the best quality Multi Stage cleaning systems. Moreover,   Ultrasonic Parts Cleaning Machine, offered by us, are easy to use and handle.

  • Micro Controller base Digital Timer .
  • With latest MOSFET / IGBT base technology.
  • Automatic frequency tuning for maximum output
  • Low transducer losses permit maximum cleaning action.
  • Auto Degassing.
  • Modular generator for easier modification/servicing.
  • Rugged and easy to clean stainless steel housing.
  • Extensively protected electronics circuits for longer and safe operation.
  • Frequency  25KHz / 33KHz / 40 KHz + 3 KHz
  • Input voltage range of 170AC-270AC.50 Hz or 440 VAC , 3 Phase Supply
  • Labour cost is substantially reduced.
  • Increase the Parts life.
  • Reduced Parts damage from cleaning.
  • Reduced wastages.
  • Environmentally friendly.
  • Easy to maintain system.
  • MOSFET / IGBT Base technology save the power.
  • Heater with thermostatically control increase cleaning effect.
  • Rust free stainless steel housing , easy to clean.
  • Free Lid & basket as per customer need.


Electro Plating

Brass Parts

Wire Drawing Die  

Auto Parts

Aircraft Parts

Auto Parts

Surgical Instruments

PCB Cleaning


Glass wares





Punch Cleaner

Note : Higher capacity & customized models are also available as per customer requirement.

Warranty : One year

Tank Size ( L X W X H )
Capacity Liters.
LeelaSonic - 600
500 * 300 * 250 mm
LeelaSonic - 1000
600 * 400 * 400 mm
LeelaSonic - 1500
750 * 400 * 400 mm
LeelaSonic - 2000
900 X 500 X 500 mm

Higher capacity also available as per customer requirement. of Ultrasonic Cleaners / Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipments / Ultrasonic Washing Machine/ Brass Pars Cleaner / SS Parts Cleaner / Auto Mobile Parts Washer / Ultrasonic Filer Cleaner / Aircraft Parts Cleaner.

Ultrasonic Parts Cleaning System ( As Per Customer Requirements Aqueous and solvent systems for precision cleaning and degreasing

First Stage : Ultrasonic Cleaners
Second Stage : Ringing Chambers
Third Stage : Drying Chambers
multi stage ultrasonic cleaning machine

Two Stage Industrial Cleaning Machine

two stage ultrasonic cleaning machine

Three Stage Industrial Cleaning Machine

Ultrasonic Principle  : Ultrasonic waves are the term used to describe waves having a frequency above the audible range of humans. Whenever high intensity ultrasound is applied to a liquid, the result is millions of millions of tiny bubbles (or cavities) in a liquid. Cavitation is produced by the alternating high and low pressure waves generated by high frequency (ultrasonic) sound. During the low pressure phase, these bubbles grow from microscopic size until, during the high pressure phase, they are compressed and implode known as cavitations. Whenever this happens at the interface of the parts to be cleaned, the surface of the parts-because of the relative lack of compressibility on the part of the cleaning fluid-will experience a local impact. Ultra Sound waves high frequency ultrasonic waves is use for cleaning process with the help of cleaning solution

Maximizing Cavitation :

Maximizing cavitation of the cleaning liquid is obviously very important to the success of the ultrasonic cleaning process. Several variables affect cavitation intensity. Temperature is the most important single parameter to be considered in maximizing cavitation intensity. This is because so many liquid properties affecting cavitation intensity are related to temperature. Changes in temperature result in changes in viscosity, the solubility of gas in the liquid, the diffusion rate of dissolved gasses in the liquid, and vapor pressure, all of which affect cavitation intensity. In pure water, the cavitation effect is maximized at approximately 160°F.The viscosity of a liquid must be minimized for maximum cavitation effect. Viscous liquids are sluggish and cannot respond quickly enough to form cavitation bubbles and violent implosion. The viscosity of most liquids is reduced as temperature is increased.For most effective cavitation, the cleaning liquid must contain as little dissolved gas as possible. Gas dissolved in the liquid is released during the bubble growth phase of cavitation and prevents its violent implosion which is required for the desired ultrasonic effect. The amount of dissolved gas in a liquid is reduced as the liquid temperature is increased