The healthcare industry uses intricate tools and equipment for treatment, research, procedures, testing, examinations and various forms of patient care. In this industry it is imperative that all materials and equipment are sterilized and impeccably clean. Hospitals, medical and dental practices as well as many other health care related facilities use a medical ultrasonic cleaning systems to ensure that their tools and equipment are properly cleaned.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “Approximately one of twenty patients will acquire an infection during a stay in a healthcare setting where they are receiving medical or surgical treatment. These healthcare-associated infections result in nearly $33 billion dollars in preventable healthcare costs per year. With Medicare and Medicaid payments now tied to how well healthcare providers protect patients from hospital-acquired infections, reducing healthcare-associated infections has become an even larger priority for healthcare facilities.” One of the major components to reducing healthcare-associated infections is effective cleaning and disinfecting. In addition, the Environmental Protection Agency reports that many businesses in different industries must clean their products and equipment in accordance with strict standards and regulations. Many healthcare related products and equipment must be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized to the highest safety standards. Because of strict cleaning standards and a high rate of contamination and infection, ultrasonic cleaning has become top priority in most health care settings.
An ultrasonic cleaner uses high frequency sound waves to create literally millions of tiny, microscopic bubbles in the solution. These bubbles expand and then rapidly collapse. As they collapse, they release a significant amount of energy creating an intense “scrubbing” action which is effective on visible surfaces as well as small crevices and even blind holes. Dirt can be loosened and removed from any surface that the liquid touches. The bubbles are small enough to penetrate even microscopic crevices, cleaning them thoroughly and consistently every time. This action, called “cavitation” occurs thousands of times every second to quickly produce the cleanest and dirt free parts.
An ultrasonic cleaner is essential, especially when you have small or intricate parts that need to be rigorously cleaned. It is also extremely effective for equipment that can be easily damaged or become rusty. The cleaning process used ensures an efficient, deep clean without the use of harsh chemicals that could ultimately affect the condition of the object. In addition to healthcare related tools and equipment, and ultrasonic cleaner is effective on jewelry, industrial equipment and commercial tools and materials.
If you are a healthcare provider, trust Sonicor with all your ultrasonic cleaning needs. Sonicor was established in 1966 and has been building ultrasonic cleaning devices and automation systems that have been used by hundreds of manufacturers worldwide. Sonicor precision cleaning systems has provided critical cleaning devices and solutions to leading companies in virtually every industry. Their commitment to quality products and enhanced customer service has created a loyal customer following and made Sonicor a leader in their industry.