For cleaning of polishing fixtures, is an ultrasonic bath or other solutions recommended?
Ultrasonic cleaners are a bath into which the object to be cleaned is submerged. The bath is usually of distilled water, which can be augmented with detergents or solvents or other cleaners. For cleaning of polishing fixtures, an ultrasonic bath of only distilled water is sufficient, and recommended over other solutions.
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Answered by AskFOC Technical Team May 31, 2018
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