G’day. I have been most intrigued by the thread on ionic
cleaners, but realise I am completely ignorant about the
principle of their operation.
It sounds to me as though there may be an electric current
passing between the workpiece and an electrode via some
conducting fluid. But am I anywhere nearly right? I can’t see
quite what the fluid might be, the type and voltage of the power
supply, whether the workpiece could be the anode or cathode. I
checked up on the ionic cleaners offered for sale in several
catalogues, but they don’t tell one very much do they? Gee,
ain’t I higgerent? Will some clued-up person enlighten me?
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