Ultrasonic Jewellery Cleaning

Ultrasonic Jewellery Cleaners

In the jewellery industry, an ultrasonic machine is an essential part of maintenance and service for jewellers. Many jewellery products like rings, necklaces, braces etc, lose their shine over time but, investing in an ultrasonic jewellery cleaning system will restore the product like it is brand new.

At EJ Ultrasonic, our ultrasonic jewellery cleaning machine sieve through the hardest places to reach in the jewellery and get rid of unwanted impurities like dirt, oil, and other difficult residues which a manual wash or spray wash cannot reach.

Ensuring the products are being serviced efficiently, ensures that the component being cleaned stays at a constant high quality and no dirt or contaminants build up. Our commercial Ultrasonics accompanied by the ultrasonic solutions conducts an environmentally friendly and precise alternative to any other cleaning process.

Why Use An Ultrasonic Cleaner For Jewellery?

An ultrasonic jewellery cleaner is one of the most innovative machines you can purchase for keeping your jewellery clean and looking as good as new. An ultrasonic cleaner is cost-effective and time-efficient, as you will save having to take jewellery off to be treated elsewhere, and it will enable you to clean all of your jewellery items in the comfort of your own home quickly and easily.

Learn more about using an ultrasonic cleaner for jewellery with our helpful guide.

What Jewellery Can And Can’t Be Cleaned In An Ultrasonic Cleaner?

What Can?

Almost all metals can be put into an ultrasonic jewellery cleaner, from yellow, white and rose gold to silver and platinum. However, tungsten shouldn’t be cleaned in this way as it is susceptible to damage in an ultrasonic cleaner. Diamonds are usually safe to clean in this way, although it is worth checking the grading.

Some diamonds, if they have inclusions or are colour treated, will not fare well in the machine. Most other hard gems such as sapphire, ruby, garnet and amethyst are fine in the cleaner as well as plastic and glass gems.

What Can't?

Organic gems such as amber, jet and coral should not be cleaned this way as they come from living organisms and are porous. Emeralds, opals, topaz, turquoise and lapis lazuli are also brittle stones and unsuitable to be cleaned in an ultrasonic machine. Another gem that should never be cleaned in an ultrasonic jewellery cleaner is pearl, which could even dissolve in the machine, and this is also true for mother of pearl. Costume jewellery is not suitable for this cleaning method either, as it often is comprised of counterfeit gems and the cheap materials used will often tarnish and the heat can make the glue unstick causing the item to fall apart.

Our Recommended Cleaning Units

EJ Ultrasonics provide a wide range of ultrasonic units to cover a vast array of cleaning purposes. Benchtop units are more cost-effective for jewellery cleaning as the items to be cleaned are smaller and don’t need as large a tank to operate most effectively. They are perfect for small business owners or for at-home use.
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