Ultrasonic Do's and Don'ts

Hello Everyone, I have been asked over and over for the past couple of
years to put together a paper of ultrasonic maintenance tips and do’s
and don’ts on another forum.

I want to make it available to everyone.

You can find it at the following address.


If you have problems retrieving it from this address you can go to our
home page at www.mpgrepair.com and look for the link titled ‘Tech

The file is in Adobe .pdf format so you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader
ver. 4 or higher. If you don’t have the reader it can be downloaded
for free from www.adobe.com

The file is 56k. You can dowload it and print it for your personal
use. If you want to reprint or copy any portion of it for other
purposes please contact me for permission and restrictions.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me either
by email or calling 1-877-262-2185.

Ken Kotoski
MPG Repair

Ken, I want to thank you for such a well-thought out and valuable
resource. Every ultrasonic machine, regardless of brand, should
include a copy of your paper for the purchaser - have you thought
about copywriting and marketing it to manufacturing! An even bigger
thank you for your unselfishness in sharing it with us. This is an
example of how Orchid operates at its best - thanks also to Charles
Lewton-Brain and Hanuman for the concept and development of Orchid!
Guilt Trip - have you made a contribution to the Orchid forum???
This alone will save you money in time and extended use
of equipment. Why not transfer some of that?

Judy in Kansas, where it's a lovely rainy day and brings back such

fond memories of the “monsoon” rains in Bangkok.

Judy M. Willingham, R.S. Biological and Agricultural Engineering 237
Seaton Hall Kansas State University Manhattan KS 66506 (785) 532-2936