There are various warning signs that can indicate your ultrasonic cleaner isn’t functioning to its potential and needs to be looked at or repaired. Some of these signs are:
Maintaining your ultrasonic cleaner will help to prevent a breakdown that could prove costly to the smooth function of your machine, and running of your business. But, faults still can occur despite the proper maintenance – talk to us about how we can help you with a repair for your cleaner.
We have the team and expertise to repair the widest variety of machines. From benchtop, through to automated and industrial machines, we are specialists in repairing any and every kind of ultrasonic cleaner.
We have been in the business for over 40 years, giving us a vast array of experience in servicing and repairing every available machine on the market – we are even able to repair Langford Ultrasonic Cleaners. We have engineers who are experts at the repair and upgrade processes giving you peace of mind that your valuable equipment is in the best hands possible. We offer rapid response times for repairs as we understand the inconvenience to your business of being without such a vital piece of equipment.
You may have found yourself asking – How do I find ultrasonic cleaners near me? Look no further and what is even better, we offer a comprehensive and reliable repair service, you can trust EJ Ultrasonics to deliver.
Yes, we are experienced with Langford machines and are happy to provide repairs for them. Get in touch for more information.
Yes, ultrasonic cleaners can be repaired. However, it is important to note that some cleaners could be uneconomical to repair and sometimes it may be more cost-effective to replace your machine. We will provide you with an honest and reliable solution based on the extent of the damage.
There could be several reasons why your cleaning unit is not working correctly. If you suspect your machine is not working correctly, please get in touch today and we can advise you. Otherwise, read our helpful guide here for common reasons why your machine has stopped working.
Ultrasonic cleaners can be repaired in a number of ways. The most common way is to replace the base of the tank and replace the transducers. However, other parts of the machine such as the digital timer and temperature control unit can also be repaired.
If you are unsure whether your ultrasonic machine is working, please contact us and we can carry out a full inspection and report back to you with our findings.
Otherwise, you should know your machine is working because it will be producing ultrasonic waves and you should see activity in your tank. The liquid will become heated and all timer and temperature buttons will be functioning as normal. We do have meters to check the activity in your tank if you are unsure or you can use the foil test (place tin foil into the tank to see if it is destructed by the ultrasonics.
You can read our helpful guide on how to spot if you ultrasonic cleaner has stopped working.
An ultrasonic tank or submersible could potentially last for years, but with heavy usage there will be wear over time whether that is pits and marks to the tank causing leaks or with some some tanks you will find issues with ultrasonic transducers falling off over time. Therefore, we recommend a yearly service to ensure your machine is running correctly and at its full potential.
To test ultrasonic transducers, we use a process called Hielscher send/receive testing. This is where we send a signal to the transducer and measure the response. This allows us to see if the transducer is working correctly and at its full potential.
If you think your transducer may be damaged or coming away from your tank or submersible, the best way to find out is to get in touch with us and we can carry out a full inspection.
There are a few signs that may indicate ultrasonic transducers are damaged. These include:
Yes, we can diagnose a fault on your ultrasonic cleaning machine. We will need your machine to be returned to us for inspection. This will incur a £95 assessment fee.
If we find that your machine cannot be repaired, we will contact you to discuss your options. These include:
Please note that the decision to repair or replace a machine is always down to the customer. We will provide you with our findings and recommendations, but the final decision will be yours.