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Best Ultrasonic Cleaner


#1

I am looking at buying an ultrasonic machine, and am unsure as to
the most important elements to consider. For example, it is suggested
in the Rio catalog that a range of 44 to 48 Hertz is ideal. Also,
does a higher number of watts indicate greater cleaning power? Any
thoughts you have would be most helpful. I am much more concerned
about quality than price, and will probably get a 6 quart or larger
machine.

Thanks!
Erica


#2

Hi Erica,

Here at the repair center, we keep track of the technical
specifications of just about all the ultrasonic cleaners. The words
in the catalogs are for marketing purpose. We can provide the actual
figures for any models for comparison if you are interested. I think
other jewelers can give best advice on their experience with
cleaning performance and reliability. In our shop, we have tried them
all and we choose to use an L&R ultrasonic for our own needs.

John
The Jewelry Equipment Dr.


#3

Hi, John,

In our shop, we have tried them all and we choose to use an L&R
ultrasonic for our own needs.

I am also wanting to buy a new one. I went to their website and the
Q210 would suite me. Is that one that you would recommend? And if
not, which one then?

Most annoying though, that their website gives no prices.

Thanks, Hans Meevis.
http://www.meevis.com


#4

Hi Hans Meevis,

The L&R Q210 is a good choice if the size matches your business
needs. We use the Q140H for most of our work. The Q210H will have the
heater option which is very helpful.

John Cranor
The Jewelry Equipment Dr.