How to Clean Industrial Filters

Filters are usually fine mesh which is exceptionally hard to clean manually. Here again the very nature of the small size of cavitation bubbles and the implosion sucking dirt off rather than blasting media on, makes the cleaning more precise and safer for the removal of contaminant from inside the fine mesh of the filter. Ultrasonic cleaning can really reduce labour, time and costs to keep the filtration essential to the process running as smoothly and effectively as possible. Chemistry is vital and again it is dependent on the contaminant that is on/in the filter such as carbon deposits, grease, organic/ food matter and oils etc. However whatever the contaminant with the appropriate chemistry ultrasonics can restore filters to optimal performance.