Systems are designed specifically for precision parts cleaning needs of small- to medium-size machine shops, parts manufacturers and metal finishers. Designed to meet all EPA standards, the systems use safe, non-toxic soaps and ultrasound to automatically degrease, clean and prefinish parts and components eliminating dangerous toxic solvent baths and time-consuming hand labor. Using a combination of designs and features, the systems are said to be economical to run and maintain. From sludge-resistant mounting of transducers that maintain ultrasound efficiency, to fully insulated tank bodies and non-immersion, silicone blanket heaters that reduce power cost, systems are designed for years of trouble-free operation. Critical components are easily accessible and designed for user maintenance, eliminating costly service calls and down time. Depending on size, material and volume of parts being cleaned, the company’s family of ultrasonic systems offers twelve self-contained models of varying bath size and power. From small table-top units for cleaning individual precision parts to the large and powerful Omega Pro 8000® batch cleaner with 8,000 watts of ultrasound power and a 110 gallon tank, the company’s standard product line can match most industrial needs.