Ultrasonic Cleaner S300

What is ultrasonic cleaning?

The ultrasonic cleaning method uses a solvent and ultrasound to clean and give a shine even to the tiniest items.

Water is the only medium used in ultrasonic cleaning that helps conduct the ultrasonic waves. Hence, the effect will be the same whether distilled water, ordinary water, or pure water and some alcohol are used. Thus, the ultrasonic wave will only need to be cleaned using ordinary tap water. The ultrasound used in the cleaning was initially used in industrial technology.

After a while, the ultrasound wave was converted for civilian use, which makes it reflect better the characteristics necessary for health as well as environmental protection. The Ultrasound cleaning is now being used in the cleaning small household appliances. This development has become the new working principle which has over the years continued to rapidly grow.

How does the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300 work?

When the electrical generator found within the ultrasonic unit gives out a high-frequency signal, then the transducer(s) connected to the tank produces compression waves into the liquid, which is referred to as cavitation.

Cavitation is the fast creation, and destruction of small vacuum bubbles also known as "cavities" into the liquid. "How then do these clean anything?" you could be wondering. Well, the cleaning process is quite interesting. The tiny microscopic bubbles produced, when they come into contact with any solid surface, will collapse.

As they collapse, then the surrounding liquid will fire into that area where the tiny bubble once occupied. This then creates a deep "scrubbing" action while the cleaning solution moves against the item being cleaned. Think of the process as millions of microscopic pressure washers that are blasting the item from every angle at once!

How do I get the most out of the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

In order to get the best results from your ultrasonic cleaner, you will need to ensure that the item being cleaned is submerged fully in the appropriate cleaning fluid. It should not be touching the sides of the tank so as to allow for maximum cavitation.

What solutions do I need to add in the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

The type of cleaning solutions you can add to your ultrasonic cleaner will include distilled water, purified water or even regular tap water. This is because each of these liquids ill have the same cleaning effect. Thus the use of tap water will work just fine.

However, when cleaning copper or silver items where oxidation has caused the items to become darker, a special solution has to be added to the cleaning water to help remove the oxidation.

How should I maintain the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

- Avoid turning on the unit without water in the tank

When the unit is turned on for more than 30 seconds without putting water in the tank, it can cause damage to the ultrasonic cleaner or greatly reduce the life of your unit.

- Avoid running the unit for a long time or continuously

Do not run your ultrasonic cleaner for more than 20 minutes. Ensure you take 10 minutes breaks in between cleaning sessions to help extend the life of your unit.

- Avoid keeping water in the unit’s cleaning tank for long periods of time

Once you have finished your cleaning session, be sure to unplug the power cable of your unit then pour out the used water through the pouring recess. Also, avoid getting water into the unit's housing the vents as it can cause damage to your unit.

- Avoid spraying water over the unit’s housing

Always use a towel to dry the housing and the tank.

- Avoid keeping the unit in direct sunshine for a long time.

Keep your unit in a cool, dry and well-ventilated area for drying.

How should I clean my items using Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

Regular Cleaning "Tap water"

- Place the objects to be cleaned in the basket and then put the basket in the tank ( or place the objects directly inside the tank).Add water into the cleaning tank to the level marked between “MIN” and “MAX” but covering the item to be cleaned. Select the desired cleaning time by pressing the Time button.Press “On/Off’” to begin the cleaning cycle.Important: While cleaning, dirt comes out like smoke and the water turn murky with time. Once the “smoke” stops appearing, it means the cleaning is complete.

Enhanced Cleaning "Solution"

- A cleaning solution is added to enhance cleaning. Generally, dish detergents may be used for this process.The ratio for mixing the solution is 1 part of the solution to 10 parts of water. Once done, run the item only in plain water for an additional 90 seconds to rinse off any remaining cleaning solution.

Where could I use the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300 ?

Jewelry Stores

Jewelry stores could use the ultrasonic cleaner to grow their services. Jewelry like rings, diamond rings, earrings, and necklaces may be cleaned using tap water to help recover their shine.

Optical Stores

Optical stores could use the ultrasonic cleaner to offer valuable services. Use the ultrasonic cleaner and some tap water to help remove debris on lenses, hidden in rims as well as nose pads. This way the eyewear will get professional care and cleaning.

Watch Services Shop

Precision parts cleaning: Place small parts in a beaker made of glass or stainless steel filled with lubricant oil, after put the beaker in the cleaning tank and thereafter add water. The ultrasonic waves will get into the beaker and work on the items to get them clean.

Electronic Service And Mobile Phone Shops

PCB renewal: electronics that are non-operational after they have fallen in water or even non-operational keypads may be cleaned using the ultrasonic cleaner and pure alcohol to help recover their function.

Printing Shops

May be used for unblocking dried ink cartridges or printer heads: Inkjet printers and large printers will often have dried ink cartridges ports and printer heads. It can be rather costly to replace them with new ones. Thus adding a special cleaning solution or acetone and then using the ultrasonic cleaner will help regain their function. With a couple of minutes cleaning in the solution will get rid of all the blockage making them usable again.

Important: Do not let acetone come in contact with the unit’s plastic housing to help avoid corrosion. Use the indirect cleaning method and a metal or glass container when working with acetone.


Baby and Children items

Any debris left in crevices and small holes can be tough to clean through regular means. Mold and bacteria could grow in these areas. Using ultrasonic cleaners will help remove the debris and it may be combined with some disinfectant to achieve thorough cleaning.

Watch Bands, Eyewear, Razors, Shavers And Other Household Items:

The ultrasonic cleaners may be used to remove dirt between the lenses and the rims on eyewear, on the metal mesh of shaver and between razor blades to help keep the blades clean and sharp.

What items can I clean using the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

- Jewelry

Such as rings, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, etc

- Eyeglasses

These are sunglasses, Eyeglasses, etc

- Precision Parts

Such as watch parts and gears, precision bearings, etc

- Inkjet Cartridges, PCB

Such as the ink cartridges, PCBs from MP4 and mobile phones, etc

- Baby And Children Items, Cosmetic Products

These include baby items, toys, cosmetic products, etc

- Personal Items

Such as braces, shaver heads, dentures, watch bands, diver’s watches, etc

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What items are not suitable for cleaning with the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

- Soft Jewelry

These include items that are not hard, meaning they will easily scratch during cleaning. These are things like ivory, pearls, emerald, agate, sea turtle shells, coral, etc

- Plated, Welded and Glued Items

These are items that are plated, welded or glued. Thus ultrasonic cleaning might increase the gaps in the glued items, welded joints and plated coating and could cause separation.

- Watches

Due to the powerful penetration capability of the ultrasonic waves, it is possible for water to get inside the watches if they truly are not waterproof. Therefore, use the watch stand provided as a precaution when you are not sure. This is with the exception of diver’s watches with a depth rating of over 150 ft (50 m).

- Others

This will include things like ceramic, camera filters, wood, coated glass with pre-existing cracks. Ultrasonic cleaning might increase the size of cracks that existed prior to the cleaning on the ceramic, glass and coating on the glass. When the items do not have any preexisting cracks, it is then okay to clean it.

Why should I use the watch stand?

While cleaning watches always use a watch stand to help keep the watch-body above water as you clean the wristband.

Note: When cleaning diver’s water with a depth of less than 150ft(50 m) water can get into the watch when the watch body is immersed in the cleaning water while using the ultrasonic cleaner.

Why do I need to avoid directly submerging my watch into the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

The working principle when cleaning an object using the ultrasonic waves is similar to brushing the item’s surface from each angle. As you clean the razor, as the ultrasonic wave penetration force is rather strong, any non-waterproof area will not be immersed directly in the cleaning water. Doing so can easily cause it to break. It is thus an issue of operation.

Additionally, cleaning the object using the ultrasonic waves will make it cleaner as compared to washing it directly using water. Then again the process will have less harm to the object than using a brush.

Can the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300 be used to wash baby’s milk bottles?

Realize that ultrasound has only an effect of cleaning and not disinfection. While cleansing the nipple for babies, it mainly is for the purpose of cleaning the clustered milk stains as well as stains deposited on the nipple. Once you are done cleaning it, you will need to disinfect it.

Disinfecting directly without cleaning the nipple is pointless, and bacteria can still breed. This also applies to medical equipment for dental use. These will also need to first be cleaned on the surface to remove the blood stains using the ultrasonic waves, and thereafter disinfect it.

Why I have to use a basket in the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300?

By putting objects directly into the tank can cause them to get in contact with the transducers found at the bottom of your ultrasonic unit. This can disrupt the generation of ultrasonic waves and when the object being cleaned is heavy, it can actually cause damage to your electronics. Therefore, it is advisable that you place the items in rust-free steel baskets to help decrease scratches on the items as well as rust due to friction.

Important: Plastic baskets will absorb around 30 per cent to 40 per cent of the ultrasonic energy produced thus reducing the effectiveness of the cleaning.

How long does the Ultrasonic Cleaner S300 generally takes for a session?

The cleaning period can and will vary. This is depending on several things like the cleaning solution, soil, temperature and even the level of cleanliness that you desire. For the highly noticeable removal of soils, the session needs to begin almost immediately once the ultrasonic cleaning activity begins.

The cleaning time modification is the easiest (yet not so often applied) element used to make up for the process variables. Even though new application cycles periods may be approximated by experienced operators. It normally has to be validated by the actual use of the solution you choose as well as the actual soiled areas to be cleaned.

When cleaning watches, it can take about 5 minutes to clean them while eyeglasses may need 1.5 minutes.

When should I change the cleaning solutions?

The cleaning solutions need to be replenished as soon a