Who We Work With

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Here at Sonic Solutions Ltd we provide a “done for you” Industrial Parts Cleaning Service for businesses & organisations from a range of key sectors that are dependant on clean, functioning parts & components.  These include but aren’t limited to Oil & Gas, Power Stations, Precision Engineering, Aerospace, and Automotive.

If you’re not from one of these industries and would like to discuss your specific application please Get in Touch and one of our Ultrasonic Cleaning experts will be in touch to offer helpful and impartial advice.

Plastics Recycling & Processing

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Oil & Gas

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Power Stations

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Precision Engineering

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Automotive

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Our Clients

Why Sonic Solutions?

UK's Most Powerful Fiber Laser

The UK's only Full-Service industrial parts cleaning company

Capacity

We've been going for over 16 years. Est. 2004

Quick Laser Cutting Quotes

We offer a Satisfaction Guarantee on our cleaning

We're the Highest Rated ultrasonic cleaning company online

Continued Investment

ISO 9001:2015 Certified

Excellent Customer Care

Unrivalled Expertise on Industrial Cleaning Methods

Quality & Accuracy

We provide a Fast Turnaround

Fast & Free Delivery

Your parts are in safe hands as we're Fully Insured

Annual Savings of at least £75,328

“All in all a massive win for us, reducing costs and increasing revenue simultaneously in a very competitive market.”

Simon - Engineering Support Manager
Berry BPI Group

How we saved Simon £75,328 - Simon’s calculations were based on the following;

  1. An average 13 filters a month were cleaned in 2019. Erema laser discs in Simon’s case, but this process also applies to Ettlinger, MAS or other hot melt filters.
  2. Our multi-stage cleaning process means that each filter now lasts at least twice as long as they would’ve done otherwise
  3. Any hot melt filter costs well in excess of £1,000
  4. Total cost of cleaning, carriage, packing etc.. costs in the region of £100 per filter.

Simon’s conservative calculation of an annual saving of £75,328 was based purely on replacement costs.  He also benefited from higher throughput, longer runtime and less downtime.

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    What Our Customers Say About us

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    We approached Sonic Solutions after our parts manufacturers let us down and wasted precious time by supplying oily parts. Not only were they friendly, helpful and happy to rush our parts through - the quality was unbelievable! They arrived back at our factory just in time to not hold up production and we couldn't recommend them highly enough.

    Martin Frings

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    Our company AssetCool found the entire team at Sonic Solutions to be responsive and incredibly supportive of a new project. Their technical knowledge is superb, and they delivered exactly what they promised. We're very happy to recommend them to anyone with ultrasonic cleaning needs, and look forward to working with them again in the future.

    Tonia Parris

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    I reached out with a problem to various companies prior to talking with Sonic Solutions, most were unhelpful. These guys insisted on the first trial being for free! The job was excellent and the turn around time very impressive. We are now setting up a monthly cleaning regime with them. A joy to deal with.

    Andy Sim

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    Our Story

    Hi. I’m Andy, owner of Sonic Solutions for 14 years. Our aim is simple, to get your dirty parts clean, as efficiently and effectively as possible, so you can get on with your business.

    We provide a cleaning service, cleaning chemicals, and ultrasonic cleaning equipment, so whether you want to do the job in-house or just let someone else sort it out we can help.

    So if you require any cleaning of your equipment to help maintain your parts, increase production and reduce money loss, why not get in touch with our friendly and professional team.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    - Andy

    FAQ's

    How does ultrasonic cleaning work ?

    Read our article here.

    What are the key factors in successful Ultrasonic Cleaning

    Read our article here.

    How to specify the level of cleanliness required ?

    Read our article here.

    How to clean anilox rollers?

    Read our article here.

    How to clean Industrial filters?

    Read our article here.

    How to remove cutting oil and swarf from machined parts?

    Read our article here.

    How to clean heat exchangers?

    Read our article here.

    How to clean a circuit board (PCBs)?

    Read our article here.

    How to remove grease form metals?

    Read our article here.