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Branson Ultrasonics Corp.


Branson Ultrasonics Corp. has published these technical articles:

(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ultrasonic cleaning is required in the metalworking industry for the removal of oils, greases, metalworking fluids, abrasive polishing compounds, and particulate contamination such as metal fines and... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Selecting the best cleaning process is like putting a puzzle together with pieces that differ for each player. Several basic factors must be considered in deriving the best process, but differing... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Printed circuit boards with through-hole and surface mount components are used in a variety of electronic industries. Thorough cleaning of these boards after soldering always has been crucial to... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ceramic molds, widely-used in the rubber industry, necessitate special methods to assure proper cleaning. The tough soils involved - baked on carbonaceous soils of rubber, latex, and release agents -... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ceramic molds, widely-used in the rubber industry, necessitate special methods to assure proper cleaning. The tough soils involved - baked on carbonaceous soils of rubber, latex, and release agents -... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ultrasonic cleaning technology brings substantial savings to the compact disc recording industry by enabling the reuse of six-millimeter thick glass master disc upon which the musical information is... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Ultrasonic assembly is a fast, clean, efficient method of assembling or processing rigid thermoplastic parts or films and synthetic fabrics. Various ultrasonic assembly techniques are used to join... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Hot plate welding utilizes a temperature controlled heat platen assembly, which is introduced between the two parts to be assembled. All items are brought together, and the melting cycle is started.... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Laser is based on the idea of passing light/laser radiation through one plastic component and designing the second component to absorb the laser light. This absorption results in heating and melting... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Linear vibration welding employs frictional heat at the joint interface of two mated parts. The heat is generated by moving one part against the other under pressure through a linear displacement in... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Spin welding is a process that joins circular thermoplastic parts by bringing the part interfaces together, under pressure, with a circular, spinning motion. One part is held stationary in a fixture,... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Ultrasonic assembly utilizes an acoustic tool called a horn to transfer vibratory energy through the part to the joint area, where it is converted to heat through friction that melts the plastic.... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ultrasonic cleaning's major strength is its ability to clean crevices and blind holes quickly and efficiently, without risk of damage to the part being cleaned. But what happens when you need to clean... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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A chemical common to nearly all aqueous cleaning processes is water (H2O). It is used to prepare most aqueous cleaning solutions, but most importantly, it is used as a rinse medium to remove soils... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Virtually all thermoplastic polymers can be welded to themselves utilizing the vibration welding technique. Vibration welding also offers the largest range of welding of dissimilar materials, as well... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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The use of ultrasonic cleaning equipment for routine injection mod maintenance has been effectively employed for many years. It provides a number of benefits not achievable using more traditional... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Precision cleaning of optical surfaces is an essential and critical step in the production of high-quality optical components. Any evidence of particulate matter, film, or water spotting will cause... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ultrasonic cleaners have been workhorses in both laboratories and industry for decades. This acceptance is based on their ability to remove soils from inaccessible areas quickly, completely, and... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Ultrasonic cleaning prior to plating can provide significant cost savings in time and labor by minimizing or eliminating manual scrubbing and lengthy soak times. Ultrasonic agitation thoroughly and... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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The challenge for many companies that manufacture read-write devices for computers is to eliminate the use of ozone-depleting chemicals but still obtain comparable cleanliness levels of their disk... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Cleaning generally consists of three components: cleaning, rinsing, and drying. Manufacturers involved in the practice of precision cleaning know that it is critical to understand each of these... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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This PowerPoint presentation was prepared by Jonathan Harman and Edward W. Lamm of Branson Ultrasonics Corp. Precision Processing. Slides include the Introduction, Separating the Soil, Cavitation,... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Many applications exist in the aircraft industry that can benefit from ultrasonic cleaning. Typical applications include brake parts, generator components, actuators, shuttle valves, filters, engine... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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While many U.S. automotive manufacturers are struggling to compete head-on against imports, Harley-Davidson Motor Co. boasts a backlog of orders reflecting the worldwide waiting list for its... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Ultrasonic energy has been shown to be a useful tool in a wide variety of applications from very low power medical diagnostics through high intensity processes which change the state of materials.... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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The heart of any ultrasonic cleaning system is the transducer. At the present time, the two types of transducers offered are magnetostrictive, made of nickel or its alloys, and electrostrictive, made... (View Full Article)
(Industrial Cleaning and Surface Preparation)
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Now that the ban on the use of CFCs and 1,1,1 trichloroethane is in place, the focus has shifted to other chlorinated solvents and he use of more expensive halogenated solvents. A substantial... (View Full Article)

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